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Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt Andawenjige – to go hunting

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Aanii/Boozhoo Karli Robertson ndizhinikaaz, Sunderland ndoo-njibaa, Lindsay migwaa-ndidaa.

I am a graduate from Trent University’s Master’s program in Indigenous Studies, where I
studied stereotypes of Indigenous women and identity in connection to land and continued
colonial violence. I also specialized in Anishinaabemowin through The Chanie Wenjack School of
Indigenous Studies. I am proud to be of Anishinaabe heritage and will always be a lifelong
learner.

I am currently working within Indigenous Education at the elementary and secondary school
levels at DDSB and DCDSB as well as teaching at Durham College and Fleming College. I am
actively striving to promote Anishnaabemowin within our communities and to keep learning
the language in hopes to pass on these knowledges to our future generations.

I am very grateful for my connections to the diverse local Indigenous community, to the
knowledge holders such as Shirley Williams, Liz Osawamick, Mary Kelly, DJ Fife, Michelle Evans,
Jenn Henderson, Melanie O’Neill and James Mackinnon who are helping to guide me along this
path of learning and for opportunities such as these to learn, celebrate and play together.
Gchi-Miigwech kina-gwaya