The Native Report produced by Channels WDSE and WRPT out of Duluth and Superior respectively, recently featured the Bilingual Signage Project on Madeline Island. The first seven minutes of the below video focuses on the the bilinugal project on Madeline Island and gives a brief history of the Ojibwe on Madeline Island.
Travel to beautiful Madeline Island Wisconsin to see how an Ojibwe bilingual signage project is building cultural bridges. Explore three centuries of life on the island at the Madeline Island Museum. And meet Bryan Bainbridge, Chairman of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa who talks about meeting the new challenges of tribal leadership by adhering to the teachings of his ancestors.
For more information on the Native Report please visit their website at wdse.org/shows/native.