You brought your own folding chair, your own dishware and...
Because of the way they look, people assume they speak...
The U.S. Census Bureau’s 2006–2010 American Community...
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs found strong support...
In an effort to celebrate the Lakota Language Consortium's...
Few things are more beautiful than smiling children singing...
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Language

ICTMN Staff
6/18/14
In an effort to celebrate the Lakota Language Consortium's 10-year anniversary we at ICTMN have put together a handy list of 7 ways anyone can further their Lakota—or any Native la...
Richard Walker
6/10/14
Most people know, of course, that Chester Nez was a World War II code talker—one of the original 29, in fact, who developed the code that stymied Japanese forces and helped win the...
Michael Meuers
6/8/14
Author’s Note: What follows is, what is believed to be, the last "public" teaching of Chi-Ma'iingan...
K.C. Cole, Chickasaw Nation
5/31/14
More than 20 delegates from the Institute of Excellence in the Māori Language traveled from a South Pacific island to the United States as part of a cultural and language exchange ...
ʻAha Pūnana Leo
5/30/14
The ʻAha Pūnana Leo’s Hawaiian language preschools in Hilo, Hawaii have been granted by the World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC) the first accreditation of...
Cherokee Nation
5/24/14
The Cherokee Immersion Charter School graduated its third group of Cherokee speakers on Tuesday, May 13...
ICTMN Staff
5/17/14
Using the American Community Survey —part of the Census—Ben Blatt of Slate has created some rather interesting language maps of the country...
Office of Sen. John Walsh
5/16/14
Senator John Walsh (D-Montana) recently added his name to two bipartisan bills to ensure the survival and continuing vitality of Native American languages and language immersion...
Office of Sen. Tim Johnson
5/13/14
Senators Tim Johnson (D-SD) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) introduced the Native American Languages Reauthorization Act of 2014...
Arizona State University News
5/3/14
Navajo is not only a language that may be learned through classes at Arizona State University, it’s a way for students to reconnect to their culture. “Language is one key thing...

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