IT USED TO BE ILLEGAL TO TEACH/LEARN YOUR CULTURE.
YES, YOU READ THAT CORRECTLY!
"Students at John J. Sark Memorial on Prince Edward Island have spent years learning Mi'kmaw, their ancestral language, along with other traditional practices like drumming, smudging and sweetgrass weaving."
"As recently as the mid-1980s, practicing Mi'kmaw culture, including everything from drumming to speaking the language, was illegal at the Lennox Island First Nation school."
Read the incredible story of how these children are learning their culture and language.