Native Village Youth and Education News
February 1, 2009 Issue 194 Volume 4
Set in 18th-century, colonized North
America, Rabbit and Bear Paws is a richly animated series of
stories about two mischievous Ojibwa brothers who play pranks
and share amazing adventures. They also have a traditional
Ojibwa medicine that transforms them into animals for a short
time. Humorous and insightful, Rabbit and Bear Paw's stories are
based upon traditional teachings of The Seven Grandfathers
(the wisdom from the Anishinabek community).
They also reflect the lessons of the Seven Fires Prophecy:
Respect, Bravery, Love, Wisdom, Honesty, Humility and Truth.
ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts NEW MEDIA entries: www.imaginenative.org/newmedia.php?y=2008
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