Adapting Kanien’kéha to online learning

As teachers and administrators all over the globe work tirelessly to further the education of young minds, in Kahnawake, there’s one subject that has proven to be even more difficult to teach throughout this pandemic. The teaching of Kanien’kéha, a language whose significance to Kahnawa’kehró:non can never be adequately described, has

You won’t want to miss the language symposium

Throughout shutdowns, event cancellations, isolation and the other ever-evolving obstacles, Kahnawa’kehró:non Atewenniióstha Jacobs has not stopped promoting the importance of Kanienʼkéha. As part of Cultural Awareness Month, Jacobs is organizing a virtual Rotinonhsión:ni Language Symposium. Although there have been language symposiums in the past, this is the first year the entire