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Ojibwe Syllabics

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Students, teachers building Ojibwe keyboard at Bishop EQ Jennings SchoolEDUCATION
What did a local group of Grade 7 and 8 students do when they couldn't find a keyboard program that allowed them to type in Ojibwe syllabics? They did what any enterprising group of youngsters might do and set out to create their own.
First Nations losing 'babies' to suicide, chief says after 10-year-old dies
First Nations in northern Ontario are calling for emergency relief after several young people, including a 10-year-old girl, died by suicide in recent weeks.
George Kenny signs books and shares stories
“Connecting more closely with my father and my Ojibwe heritage was key at that time,” Auksi says. “I was sober by Jan. 1, 2003.
Major change proposed for Inuit writing
How Technology Is Helping Modern Language Revitalization Efforts, Part 2
A quick glance of the languages offered on their website shows there are already dictionaries created for Blackfoot, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Choctaw, Gwich'in, Mohawk, Mohegan, Ojibwe, and Tanacross.

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