The Minnesota Indian Affairs Council’s Language Revitalization Working Group, partnering with the Minnesota Humanities Center, is hosting the 3rd annual Dakota & Ojibwe Languages Symposium! This two-day symposium will be held on Thursday, Feb. 29th and Friday, March 1st at Treasure Island Resort and Casino.
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, through its Understand Native Minnesota campaign, is hosting two free Educator Academy events on February 21 and March 14, from 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. These one-day events offer professional development workshops to introduce K-12 educators to a variety of ways to teach Native American topics in classroom settings.
The Minnesota Humanities Center is excited to host the March installment of the University of St. Thomas Morrison Family College of Health Breakfast Series. This interactive session aims to highlight the critical role of language in caregiving, particularly in the context of Minnesota's culturally diverse and aging population.
Since 2013, the Minnesota Humanities Center has collaborated with Dakota community members to offer Learning from Place: Bdote, an immersive experience that brings people to sites of significance to Dakota people in the Twin Cities. Over 3,400 people have participated in this transformative offering, leaving many wanting to learn and do more. We are excited […]
The Whole Person Health Summit aims to bring together health care leaders, health professionals, policy makers, students, faculty, and community members to share learnings, co-create new ideas, and identify opportunities to collaborate on strategies to advance health equity through culturally responsive, whole-person, collaborative care.