Storytelling that honors our bird relatives – Birds of Ojibwe Legends
**In Person and Available via Zoom**
Winter is traditionally storytelling season in our Native communities in Minnesota. So many Ojibwe legends (Aadizookaanag) honor our bird relatives. They were here before we were, so they are considered our elders, teachers, and essential food sources. They don’t need us–we need them.
Hope Flanagan is an elder who has taught and worked in the Twin Cities Native Community since the late 1970s. She is a long-time Community Outreach and Cultural Teacher at Dream of Wild Health. Before that, Hope taught in an Ojibwe Immersion classroom for ten years and was a storyteller for Minneapolis Public Schools. She teaches about plants and wild plant gathering, and is also an Urban Bird Collective walk leader.
Dream of Wild Health – https://dreamofwildhealth.org/
Urban Bird Collective – https://urbanbirdcollective.org/
The presentation will be presented live and also be available via Zoom.