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Tue October 29, 2013
Want to learn Ojibwe? There's an app for that
Ever wanted to learn Ojibwe? Well, there’s an app for that.
The Ojibwe, also known as Anishinaabe people, make up one of the largest groups of Native Americans in the United States, with many living here in Michigan.
Darrick Baxter, president of Ogoki Learning Systems, helped design this free app that could go a long way towards keeping the Ojibwe language alive.
Here's a video showing how the app works:
Listen to full interview above.
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