Children learn a great deal by watching the people around them.
for the Budgeteer, 03/31/2012
LINDA LEGARDE GROVER:
Perhaps the Barbies were a little nervous. This was, after all, their first experience teaching in a university. Next to them were a Land-O-Lakes butter package and a tourist souvenir doll from the 1950s.
for the Budgeteer, 03/04/2012
Duluth Budgeteer News, 04/11/2011
The story is about a boy and his grandmother who on one Christmas Eve encountered three drunken men who pushed them down and treated them roughly and disrespectfully. But "revenge" is theirs in the end.
Budgeteer News, 12/03/2010
Grover will be a featured writer at Sister Nations, a free celebration of Native American women writers, which will take place at 7 p.m. Monday at the Fond du Lac Amphitheater in Cloquet (2101 14th St.).
Budgeteer News, 10/30/2010
The first time I tried to make lugalette it was not good at all. I have experimented, and learned to keep a tender hand with the dough. I don’t believe they make a pan the size that my grandma used.
Budgeteer News, 10/04/2010
Like every American Indian I know, I have been asked “How much Indian are you?” many times. I am never ready for it.
Budgeteer News, 09/05/2010
On hot summer afternoons, when the air in the American Indian Studies offices at UMD gets very warm and steamy, I sometimes take a break to visit the nearby Tweed Museum of Art.
Budgeteer News, 08/09/2010
Ojibwe language, like all Native languages, has as its foundation the truths, values and spiritual ways of our people.
Budgeteer News, 07/08/2010
The portrayal of Indians in film from the 1890s through today, as viewed through the lens of the filmmakers, is not always easy to watch.
Budgeteer News, 06/10/2010
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