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Organization name: Red Lake Nation College

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AD-264075-19Education Programs: Humanities Initiatives at Tribal Colleges and UniversitiesRed Lake Nation CollegeA Student-Driven Podcast for Increased Ojibwe Language, Culture, and History Engagement1/1/2019 - 12/31/2022$97,350.00Mandy Schram   Red Lake Nation CollegeRed LakeMN56671-0576USA2018Native American StudiesHumanities Initiatives at Tribal Colleges and UniversitiesEducation Programs973500921950

The creation of a student podcast series about Red Lake Ojibwe language, culture and history.

The purpose of this project is to create a student-driven podcast that will use student voices to disseminate information and ideas about the Red Lake Ojibwe language, culture, and history to the Red Lake community, Red Lake tribal members living off the reservation, and the public. The goal is to enhance student-centered learning and student engagement with the humanities at Red Lake Nation College. The content of this podcast, while stemming from class assignments, will be in the voice of our students. The podcast will be a product of their collective and individual knowledge. It is a way for students to actively engage in both their humanities education as well as their Red Lake language, history, and culture. The impact of a student-driven podcast focused on Ojibwe language, culture, and history would be formidable in terms of increased student engagement and motivation as well as oral and written communication skills.