Letter Men: Brothers Fight for Ojibwe Language Brothers David and Anton Treuer are members of the Ojibwe nation from the Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota. Both professors, they work to preserve the Ojibwe language, one of the few Native American languages in active use.
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Letter Men: Brothers Fight for Ojibwe Language

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Anton Treuer (left) and David Treuer are brothers and members of the Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota. Images courtesy Anton Treuer, Greywolf Press hide caption

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Images courtesy Anton Treuer, Greywolf Press

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