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Noongwa e-Anishinaabemjig Gii Izhaad Saginaw (Noongwa e-Anishinaabemjig Went to Saginaw)

Kinomaagaazojig onjibaawag Saginaw gii Anishinaabemowaad.
Students from Saginaw were speaking Anishinaabemowin.

Gii kidowag "Zhamaaganishag wii izhaawag Kchikinoomaagegamigong."
They said, the "Trojans will go to college."

Saginaw odena da'aan nasap nizwin Ogimaa Asiganaak gii nigaaned chizhaazhaagwaa.
The town Saginaw has the same name as Chief Asiganaak.

Anishinaabeg gii naadamowaa'aan Makadebimaadzenjin gaa mebwe'enjin.
The Anishinaabe used to help the African Americans who were running (on the Underground Railroad).

Anishinaabeg genwaa Makadebimaadzenjin gii naadamowaa'aan wii tkamiinid Zhaaganaashkiig.
The Anishinaabeg helped the African Americans to cross into Canada.

Maage maampii giiwedinong Makadebimaadzenjin gii skinaa'aan jibwa debinigaazonid.
Or here in the north the African Americans were hidden before they could be caught.

Pictured (from left to right): Gerald Bentley, Denzel Lyons, Elrico Thompson, Andranay Beverly, Sky Burton-Dunbar, Dequavious Saunders (waving), Felicia Walton, Ke'Onte Price, Montele Williams (hidden) with their teacher, Ms. Trisha Baker (center)

Students from Saginaw
Giishpin gwa pane anishinaabemoying...Ingoding gwa giishigag kina kaa Anishinaabemowin. If we all speak Anishinaabemowin...one day everyone will speak Anishinaabemowin
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