Assiginack was a renowned orator for the Odawa, once giving a speech from sunrise to sunset for the purpose of securing warriors to fight the Americans.
However, I got very good people on the road, thanks to them, everything has been much less difficult.
My family has remained united and strong, we have been able to adapt very well to all the changes. My family is very Catholic, belonging to Opus Dei, so I obviously talked to my best friend before any member of my family.
Their chief message is, “You are not welcome here.” In her thorough book “The Sum of Small Things,” Elizabeth Currid-Halkett argues that the educated class establishes class barriers not through material consumption and wealth display but by establishing practices that can be accessed only by those who possess rarefied information.
To feel at home in opportunity-rich areas, you’ve got to understand the right barre techniques, sport the right baby carrier, have the right podcast, food truck, tea, wine and Pilates tastes, not to mention possess the right attitudes about David Foster Wallace, child-rearing, gender norms and intersectionality.
I remember being very nervous the day I talked to my friend, I thought he would stop being my friend.
Nevertheless, when I told him that I like boys, he thought that I was joking, but then he said “okay, what’s wrong with that? Two years later almost all my friends knew that I was gay, I was 18 years old.
Recently I took a friend with only a high school degree to lunch.
Insensitively, I led her into a gourmet sandwich shop.
Born in Waganakising (Middle Village) in 1768, Odawa warrior and orator Assiginack led his war party from the shores of Little Traverse Bay to fight in the Niagara Theater in the War of 1812.
Assiginack’s war party included Mookmanish (Little Bad Knife), Kishigopenasi (Day Bird), Makadepenasi (Blackbird), Eshquagonabe (Looking Back) and Clap of Thunder at Night.
In 1987, a group of Oberlin citizens decided to investigate the possibility of building a retirement community in Oberlin.