The Big Ten Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL) Partnership at Michigan State University (funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation) is inviting proposals for activities and projects related to Anishinaabemowin. Over the next four years, the grant will work in partnership with Indigenous communities to help run activities and projects focused on the promotion of Anishinaabemowin in communities around Michigan and the Great Lakes. For more detailed information, click here.
- Short proposals due Friday, October 4, 2019, by 10pm Eastern (details below)
- The Wewaawiindamojig (Advisory Circle) of the LCTL Partnership will review the short proposals and invite some full proposals. These invitations will be sent by Friday, October 18th.
- Full proposals from invited parties will be due Sunday, December 1st.
The Project Manager will hold three open Q&A sessions on Zoom for interested parties who wish to discuss the grant or their project proposals.