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Wisconsin Public Television (WPT) Tribal Histories
7:30 PM December 14, 21, and 28

Three new episodes of Tribal Histories will premiere on WPT this December 2017:
December 14 — Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe History
December 21 — Mole Lake Ojibwe History
December 28 — St. Croix Ojibwe History

Recorded in natural settings, WPT's Tribal Histories feature tribal members sharing the challenges, triumphs, and time-honored traditions that have shaped their vibrant nations and communities across generations.

Currently, the following documentaries were released in the Tribal Histories project in previous years:

— Bad River Ojibwe History
— Brothertown History
— Ho-Chunk Nation History
— Lad du Flambeau Ojibwe History
— Menominee History
— Oneida History
— Potawatomi History
— Red Cliff Ojibwe History
— Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican History

For more information, please click on the following link.

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NEW Website!!! Wisconsin First Nations

Explore Wisconsin’s Native cultures and communities using the new Wisconsin First Nations website. This robust collection of PK-12 educational videos, lesson plans, and learning tools address current academic standards and enhance understanding of American Indian Studies in Wisconsin.

The new website also offers teacher professional development resources, exemplar videos and tips for answering hard-to-ask questions.
#wiamind, #wiedu, #wischat, #WisNativeNov17
New American Indian Studies Resource Launched --

This website provides authentic and accurate PK-12 resources that address current academic standards and enhance your students understanding of Wisconsin Native cultures and communities. Teacher professional learning resources are also available.

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November is National Native American Heritage Month! #WisNativeNov17

For teacher resources on the website, please visit the following link:

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CESAs 1-12 American Indian Studies: Implementing Wisconsin Act 31
These day-long training workshops will provide in-depth presentations and discussion on American Indian Studies in Wisconsin (often referenced as Wisconsin Act 31).

The focus of these trainings is to help educators understand and implement Wisconsin Act 31, which is a state law requiring all public school districts and pre-service teacher programs to provide instruction on the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of the eleven federally-recognized American Indian nations and tribal communities in the state of Wisconsin.

For additional information on each of these training's, please visit the DPI American Indian Studies Program calendar of events at the following link:

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The National Archives has two interesting looking webinars coming up on AIS. The first is Oct 19 at 6pm Central, and focuses on forced Indian removals. The second is on Nov 16 at 6pm Central, and focuses on Native perspectives on Lewis & Clark. Info and registration (free) at the link.

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