Native Nations of Minnesota
Connect with Mni Sota Makoce, an indigenous place.
The places we inhabit are layered in the stories they tell. We learn from Dakota and Ojibwe people through stories of this land and its first people, providing an experiential introduction to absent narratives — voices and stories that have been left out.
Tuesday, June 16 (CANCELLED), Sunday, August 9, Saturday, September 12, and Friday, October 2, 2020
$60 | 6 Clock Hours for Educators
Learning from Place: Bdote brings participants to sites of great significance to Dakota people. Participants will learn from Dakota community members through stories and histories that have often been left out of our state’s history. Due to COVID-19, this offering will be modified to incorporate safe social distancing. We have reduced the usual $110 cost to reflect the changes.
"Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations" is a nationally recognized, award-winning exhibit made in partnership with the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.Learn More
The Bdote Memory Map began as a part of the “City Indians” multi-media installation at Ancient Traders Gallery on Franklin Avenue in Minneapolis in 2005. This resource provides better understanding about the Dakota people’s relationship to Minnesota. Educator materials are included.View Website