Ojibwe is an indigenous language in North America, across Canada to the United States, which belongs to the Algonquian language family. It is the mother tongue of around 50k Ojibwe people who generally live in the regions around the Five Great Lakes, like provinces of Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba and etc. in Canda, and states of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and a few more in the United States. Read more about the language at Wikipedia.
“Raccoon,” by Eleanor Kanasawe. It was the collection of Nobel Prize laureate, Faculty of IU, Elinor Ostrom, and was displayed at Mathers Museum of IU as the exhibit of "Ojibwe Public Art, Ostrom Private Lives".
In Fall 2023, Ojibwe would be accessible to those who are interested in this language in IU community through BTAA system.