Melody Crowe

Gwynn and Felicity talk with Melody Crowe, who is an elder of Alderville First Nation and has lived in that community all her life.  She studied at Trent University. In 2007 she received a Lifetime Achievement Award for the preservation of Language and Culture from the Union of Ontario Indians.  She has worked tirelessly for the preservation of Ojibway culture and language for more than 22 years and is currently First Nation Education Liaison for Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board. Through her company Aandeg Productions she has produced a variety of materials dedicated to creating a deeper understanding and appreciation of First Nation culture, knowledge, language and wisdom. One of her most recent projects is a documentary film called, What We Want You to Know. 
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