Indoodem: Who is a Red Lake Ojibwe, the Making of the Red Lake Constitution

Red Lake Constitution Reform Committee

Produced by the Red Lake Constitution Reform Committee, "Indoodem" provides Red Lake Nation citizens and others with information on clan systems and enrollment in the Red Lake Nation. The film documents the origins of blood quantum and traditional ways of knowing who was a part of the community. 

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Red Lake Constitution Reform Committee. "Indoodem: Who is a Red Lake Ojibwe, the Making of the Red Lake Constitution." Red Lake Nation. Red Lake, Minnesota. October 22, 2014. Video. (, accessed July 25, 2023)

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