Finding our talk. Episode 6. Ojibway : language in the city = Parler pour survivre (VHS tape, 2001) [WorldCat.org]
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Finding our talk. Episode 6. Ojibway : language in the city = Parler pour survivre

Author: Derek VertongenPaul M RickardGeorge HargraveJanice BenthinMushkeg Media Inc.All authors
Publisher: Montreal, Quebec : Mushkeg Media Inc., 2001.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Focuses on Isadore Toulouse's weekly trips to four different urban-based schools where he passes on his own passion and enthusiasm for the Ojibwa language. Ojibwe elder Bea McCue is highlighted as a language keeper for her efforts to teach the language even in the face of opposition.
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Genre/Form: Documentary television programs
Named Person: Isadore Toulouse; Bea McCue; Isadore Toulouse
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Derek Vertongen; Paul M Rickard; George Hargrave; Janice Benthin; Mushkeg Media Inc.; Aborginal Peoples Television Network.
OCLC Number: 47768162
Language Note: In English and Ojibwe.
Notes: Subtitle on container: Setewawenatshén:ri.
Credits: Camera, Derek Vertongen ; editor, Dave Stonier ; music, Eric LeMoyne.
Performer(s): Host and narrator, Paul Chaput.
Description: 1 videocassette (24 min., 50 sec.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Other Titles: Ojibway : language in the city
Parler pour survivre
Setewawenatshén:ri
Responsibility: produced by Mushkeg Media Inc. in association with the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network ; written and directed by Derek Vertongen ; producers, George Hargrave, Paul M. Rickard, Janice Benthin.

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Focuses on Isadore Toulouse's weekly trips to four different urban-based schools where he passes on his own passion and enthusiasm for the Ojibwa language. Ojibwe elder Bea McCue is highlighted as a language keeper for her efforts to teach the language even in the face of opposition.

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