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Chief Midegah Mide Ogichidaa Winini is a Hereditary Chief of the Adik Songab Doodem (clan) of the Ojibway of the Anishinaabeg people. Midegah is also a direct lineal descendant of Chief Miscomukquoh, Sub Chief Joseph Montriel, and Red Lake Principle Chief Old Chief Medweganoonind, all signers of the 1863 and 1864 Old Crossing Treaties. All 3 of Chief Red Bears sisters are Chief Midegah's grandmothers (Techomegood Margaret Bottineau wife of Charles Bottineau; Utinawasis Margaret Grant wife of Cuthbert Grant; and Machequayaince Margaret Bottineau wife of Chief Pewanakum a signatory on the 1789 Treaty at Fort Harmar). Utinawasis in Cree means Sky Child; Techomegood in Assiniboine means Clear Sky Woman; Machequayaince in Chippewa means Clear Sky Woman.

Chief Midegah is also a lineal descendant of Metis Chiefs Joseph Perronteau, Jean Baptiste Paul Charette, and Francois Desjarlais "Chief Peaysis"; additionally through his mother, Chief Midegah is one of 100,000 lineal descendants of famed Indian Pocahontas or Amonute Matoaka. Midegah's family maintains the grave location of Chief Little Shell I who died in 1813. Midegah also descends from Chief Tabashaw the oldest son of Chief Little Shell I.

Sarah Kupke is the Head of Professional Learning at ECIS (Educational Collaborative for International Schools). She taught in primary, secondary and special education as well as teaching undergraduate education at the Froebel College in London, UK. At the International School of Stuttgart, Sindelfingen Campus, Sarah led a community of learners and team of innovative educators who developed a dual language / interlingual learning community. Passionate about the learning process, Sarah believes that intercultural understanding is vital to our appreciation of one another. Mutual respect, a genuine interest in each other, the ability to empathise and show compassion are attitudes and values that we continue to learn throughout our lives and need to be intentionally taught in schools as well as in the home.

Websites: 

www.PembinaChippewa.org

www.ECIS.org

Referenced in the podcast:

Eternal Echoes: Celtic Reflections on Our Yearning to Belong, by John O'Donohue

On the Edge of the Inside: The Prophetic Position, by Richard Rohr

The Seven Grandfather Teachings – How to Live a Good Life

Waldorf/Steiner Education

The Liminos Project




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Chief Midegah Mide Ogichidaa Winini is a Hereditary Chief of the Adik Songab Doodem (clan) of the Ojibway of the Anishinaabeg people. Midegah is also a direct lineal descendant of Chief Miscomukquoh, Sub Chief Joseph Montriel, and Red Lake Principle Chief Old Chief Medweganoonind, all signers of the 1863 and 1864 Old Crossing Treaties. All 3 of Chief Red Bears sisters are Chief Midegah's grandmothers (Techomegood Margaret Bottineau wife of Charles Bottineau; Utinawasis Margaret Grant wife of Cuthbert Grant; and Machequayaince Margaret Bottineau wife of Chief Pewanakum a signatory on the 1789 Treaty at Fort Harmar). Utinawasis in Cree means Sky Child; Techomegood in Assiniboine means Clear Sky Woman; Machequayaince in Chippewa means Clear Sky Woman.

Chief Midegah is also a lineal descendant of Metis Chiefs Joseph Perronteau, Jean Baptiste Paul Charette, and Francois Desjarlais "Chief Peaysis"; additionally through his mother, Chief Midegah is one of 100,000 lineal descendants of famed Indian Pocahontas or Amonute Matoaka. Midegah's family maintains the grave location of Chief Little Shell I who died in 1813. Midegah also descends from Chief Tabashaw the oldest son of Chief Little Shell I.

Sarah Kupke is the Head of Professional Learning at ECIS (Educational Collaborative for International Schools). She taught in primary, secondary and special education as well as teaching undergraduate education at the Froebel College in London, UK. At the International School of Stuttgart, Sindelfingen Campus, Sarah led a community of learners and team of innovative educators who developed a dual language / interlingual learning community. Passionate about the learning process, Sarah believes that intercultural understanding is vital to our appreciation of one another. Mutual respect, a genuine interest in each other, the ability to empathise and show compassion are attitudes and values that we continue to learn throughout our lives and need to be intentionally taught in schools as well as in the home.

Websites: 

www.PembinaChippewa.org

www.ECIS.org

Referenced in the podcast:

Eternal Echoes: Celtic Reflections on Our Yearning to Belong, by John O'Donohue

On the Edge of the Inside: The Prophetic Position, by Richard Rohr

The Seven Grandfather Teachings – How to Live a Good Life

Waldorf/Steiner Education

The Liminos Project




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