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重庆市星宸美容医院官网重庆市沙坪坝区人民医院是不是三甲医院The original language of Michigan is dying in the state.Anishinaabemowin was the language of the Great Lakes for millennia—spoken by the Chippewa/Ojibwe, Odawa and Potawatomi tribes—known as the Anishinabek.One of the biggest impacts on the language, that affected generations of families, was Native American boarding schools.The last fluent speakers are dying offEighty-year old Marcella Keller is a member of the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians. She was raised traditionally by her parents who knew how to fish, gather, live off the land, and turn wild plants into medicine.Keller has lived in Cross Village her whole life. Its about 20 miles south of the Mackinac Bridge and sits on a bluff overlooking Lake Michigan.;Just a beautiful place where the Indians lived up in here,; she says. ;Everybody spoke [the language growing up]... I was one of the fluent speakers.;Keller is only one of an estimated three people in this area with the Little Traverse Bay Band that are still fluent in Anishinaabemowin, and those numbers are dropping.Keller says she used to have some people she could talk to in her native language, but says ;all the Indians that spoke it are dying off. They never taught it to their kids.;One of the biggest reasons why they didnt teach it, was because of Native American boarding schools.Holy ChildhoodTwenty miles south of Cross Village is Harbor Springs.In the summer, the harbor is filled with yachts and downtown is marked with boutique shops. At the end of Main Street stands a church, and that church led one of the longest-running Native American boarding schools in the nation. It was called Holy Childhood.Eric Hemenway, director of archives and records for the Little Traverse Bay Band, says the Odawa actually helped build the mission school in 1829.He says back then, ;lessons were taught in Anishinaabemowin -- the kids were encouraged to speak Anishinaabemowin.;But fast forward 60 years, and things at Holy Childhood looked much different.Around the late 1880s the federal government stepped in to control Native American education. They created assimilation policies that looked to wipe out native languages and culture, and that effort continued for decades.Deleta Gasco Smith works for the Little Traverse Bay Band. She attended Holy Childhood for three years of elementary school.;When we were in the school we were actually completely forbidden to speak the language and if we were caught the punishment was swift and it was severe.;;When we were in the school we were actually completely forbidden to speak the language, and if we were caught, the punishment was swift and it was severe,; Gasco Smith says.Gasco Smiths father was fluent in Anishinaabemowin, but he was careful not to teach his daughter the language. Gasco Smith says her Dad went to the same boarding school and knew she would be beaten for speaking Anishinaabemowin.;Thats how we almost lost our language, is because they quit speaking it,; Gasco Smith says.;They wouldnt let us speak it either because they knew that we had to go there and what would happen if we spoke the language when we were there.;Boarding schools aim was to take the Indian out of the IndianFrom the 1880s through the 1920s, Native American children in the U.S. were often forced to leave their families and attend boarding schools.Some—like Holy Childhood—were run by the Catholic Church. Others were run by the government, like a school in Mt. Pleasant that operated until the mid 1930s. Either way, the mission was the same.Sister Susan Gardner is with the diocese of Gaylord;The overall mission of the boarding school was to acculturate the Native Americans into the American culture,; she says. ;They didnt want them to have anything as far as their Native American spirituality, language customs, anything. They wanted to take the Indian out of the Indian.;Assimilation mandates faded around 1930, but Holy Childhood still operated for another 50 years and continued to punish students who spoke their native language.Physical abuse at Holy ChildhoodPhysical and emotional abuse were common.Yvonne Keshick is a member of the Little Traverse Bay Band and went to Holy Childhood for eight years. She says there was a racial element to the abuse from the nuns.;They showed preference, a direct preference to lighter-complected kids,; she says.Keshick says those kids got special treatment, and didnt get beaten and adds, ;The darker you were, the worse you were treated.;Keshick says she was beaten almost every single day. If she got a math problem wrong, the nun would grab her by the head and use her face to erase the math problems on the chalk board.;I have less hair on this side of my head because the nun was right-handed, so she would reach out and grab me on the left side of my head and drag me around, and then use my face and head as the dust eraser,; Keshick says.Sexual abuse at Holy ChildhoodIn the 1960s and early 70s, there was sexual abuse happening at Holy Childhood.Fred Kiogima is a member of the Little Traverse Bay Band.;You could hear the beatings going on. You could hear other things going on in that room that as a child, first grade through eighth grade, you had no right in society to hear those things going on the other side of the room, or in the next bed over,; Kiogima says.Kiogima boarded at Holy Childhood when a nun at the school was sexually abusing some of the boys.;Its like the nuns had their certain key people that they would pick out,; he says. ;Those were the ones that -- the boys group on our side of the house -- we knew who was either having sex with that nun or was making out with her, or doing whatever. Because they got the best treatment. They got the best clothes. They got more food. They got longer TV hours. They didnt get beat.;Church apologizesSister Susan Gardner is the director of the Native American Apostolate for the Diocese of Gaylord and previously worked with First Nations tribes in Canada.She says these stories dont surprise her because shes heard so many similar stories from indigenous people across North America.;I feel badly that this has happened. I do whatever I can to heal them individually, or on a whole, but I certainly dont deny anything that happened to them,; Gardner says.This year, Gardner prompted the Bishop of Gaylord to send a letter to the Little Traverse Bay Band to issue the first apology from the church for what happened at Holy Childhood.Gardner is now leading healing circles. Its a way for people to openly share their thoughts and feelings about what happened at the boarding school.Former Holy Childhood student Deleta Gasco Smith is also helping lead these healing circles.;This letter from the church, and them reaching out, is a very big step,; Gasco Smith says. ;Its like we are going full circle and they want to be a part of the healing process, so that is a good thing.;But she says the boarding schools played a huge roll in the loss of Anishinaabemowin, and when language is lost, so is the connection to the remaining ceremonies and traditions of the Anishinabek.;When you lose that language, you lose your culture completely,; Gasco Smith says. ;Because it is those songs, it is those prayers, and everything that we do in our language that connect us -- not just with each other, and with our community -- but also with everything around us.;201509/401346重庆中医院减肥手术多少钱 Among the hundreds of Syrians who fled their homeland for Michigan is a young family of five.They came here just this past April, trading the violence and death in Homs for a sparsely furnished, rented corner duplex in a modest neighborhood in Dearborn.Well be bringing you the story of this young family on Stateside over the coming months as they settle into their new life in Michigan.An introductionMaan is a 39-year-old carpenter. His 30-year-old wife Bayan was a teacher before the revolution broke out in 2012.They have asked us not to use their last name for fear that media attention could mean bad things for family members still in Syria.Homs has seen some pretty intense fighting throughout the four-plus years of civil war there.That danger forced Maan and Bayan to make the painful decision to leave. First they fled to Jordan, where they stayed with relatives for nearly four years.After a vetting process that Maan says took a year and seven months, the family learned earlier this year that they were coming to America.And now, theyre here. Maan, Bayan and their children—two daughters ages six and 18 months, and a four-year-old son—starting over in Michigan.Last month, Statesides Cynthia Canty and producer Joe Linstroth visited the family in their Dearborn home to talk about their transition from war-torn Syria to Michigan suburbia.With the help of translators, the group talked for nearly an hour and a half at the familys three-and-a-half legged dining room table, sharing biscuits and strong cardamom-scented coffee.As it turns out, apprehensions can run in both directions.;I was a little worried when we were told we would be coming to the ed States because of what Ive been seeing on the news,; Bayan said. ;And I still get inquiries by my friends, How is it for you there? How are people treating you? You wear a headscarf: has that affected the way people are treating you? And I would say, No, actually. Everybodys been so nice and accepting and I havent had any issues at all.;Bayan said on the way to the ed States, the family passed through Ukraine.;And in Ukraine I felt those kinds of looks and the kinds of things that people were asking me about, but over here its a country of freedom—freedom of religion,; she said. ;Its just got so much freedom and Im lucky to be here.;Maan, too, was ;a little skeptical; when the family first arrived in Michigan.;The doors are not as thick here as they are back home,; he said.But then he witnessed something that put his mind more at ease. There was an argument going on outside. Someone called 911.;Immediately, two minutes later, they were here,; Maan said of the police. ;After we saw things like that, we felt a little safer and started leaving our windows open, because we know that if we call for help, it is going to come.;Hopes for the futureJust a few weeks into their new life in Michigan, free from the risk of shells crashing through the ceiling, or government troops arresting them, its clear Maan and Bayan are once again allowing themselves to dream.;My number one priority is my children,; Maan said. ;Making sure they get an education. Making sure they have a bright future ahead of them. Making sure they are happy and healthy.;He also hopes to find consistent work and a house he can call his own.;Yes, we are refugees,; Bayan said. ;And you maybe have a fear of us because you dont know us, just as we have a fear when we arrived here, because we didnt know what to expect. But as time goes on, you will get to know us and you will see that we are going to be friends. We are brothers and sisters. We are people who help each other out. We are just all human beings. Theres no separation or ill will towards other people or other religions.;Well check in with the family periodically on Stateside as they settle in and start the Michigan chapter of their lives. In the coming weeks, well learn what life was like in their town of Homs before the civil war; how things changed once war broke out; their journey to Michigan; and why they hope to shed that label of ;refugees.;A special thanks to the Syrian American Rescue Network and to Reem Akkad and Samer Koujan for help with translation.201606/450791重庆市胸科医院网络咨询

合川区中医院主治医生梁平区彩光祛痘多少钱 Nearly one in four American workers are asked to sign a non-compete agreement when they take a new job.This used to be reserved for CEOs and TV anchors, but not anymore.An article in Fortune reported the sandwich chain Jimmy Johns has a non-compete clause which would prevent former employees from working at any nearby restaurant that gets at least 10 percent of its revenue from sandwiches for two years.Norman Bishara is an associate professor at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.He has some suggestions for anyone taking a job that may require them to sign a non-compete:1) Ask upfront;Ask for it upfront, it and look at it. Amazingly a lot of people dont these contacts that could have a huge impact on the rest of their career,; he says. ;Read it, and kind of figure out what youre being asked to give up.;He adds that non-compete agreements arent always stock documents and can often be negotiated.2) Avoid being surprised;General good business advice for when youre starting a job is, ask what youre being asked to sign. You can be subtle about it and go into the employer and say, you know, when I show up on the first day, what am I going to have to sign? and dig a little deeper. Especially if youre in a field where non-competes are common.;3) Know the law;If the stakes are high enough, you should go talk to a lawyer and take the contract terms. Any employer that really wants you should give you that breathing room,; he says.He adds that some states are adding laws that require employers to give potential employees notice of a non-compete agreement ahead of time.4) Keep a copyIf youve signed a non-compete agreement and are considering taking a new job, Bishara says the first step is to figure out whether your new job would compete with your old one.;Keep a copy and know where it is, so you can actually see what you agreed to in terms of what the scope is, what the risk is if youre really leaving for a competitor,; he says.He tells us its important to negotiate the clause when entering the job, but also while leaving it. If you spot any ambiguity, Bishara says its worth trying to negotiate.201604/436547江津区玻尿酸多少钱一支

重庆西郊医院激光祛痣多少钱 A study finds that younger runners and runner older than 65 burn oxygen at very similar rates. 一项研究发现,年轻的跑步者和65岁以上跑步者耗氧率非常相似。Although runers have great oxygen consumption which helps them maintain great energy levels for the run. 虽然他们年纪大了,他们有很大的氧气消耗,这有助于他们维持跑步高能量水平。Justus Ortega, an associate professor of kinesiology at Humboldt State University, stated, 洪堡州立大学运动机能学副教授奥尔特表示,There’s good evidence that it’s never too late to get into exercise, 有很好的据表明,锻炼身体永远不会太迟,it’s about finding what types of exercises are right for your body.主要是找到什么类型的锻炼适合你的身体。译文属。201606/448484四川省去除疤痕要多少钱城口县自体脂肪移植隆胸价格

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