“We have so many people saying that what students are learning in school is not relevant, and young people are saying the same.”
We talked to Carlie Kotyza-Witthuhn (DFL–District 49B) about the status of legislation focused on children and families.
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I wish more people would be involved with this work and understand that people who commit crimes need help. We are not monsters.
Getting funded requires a culture shift in society, she says. “A recognition that incarceration does not work. We do not acknowledge the reality of where the harm is coming from.”
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We often focus on what patriarchy is doing to us. We don’t focus on what we are doing to patriarchy.
We have an upside-down narrative that seems to allow a few people and institutions to profit from the public spaces we care for.
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Talking about the impact of learning Ojibwemowin, the importance of language revitalization and the role of language in grieving, and hopes for an expansive Ojibwemowin curriculum in Minnesota schools.