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Technology Helps Teach Navajo in New Ways
Learning a new language can be hard, especially when the...
TEDx Talk Features Lakota Immersion Coordinator Who Says Language Is Fundamental
Peter Hill, an educator and the language coordinator for...
5 Words in 5 Videos: How Would You React?
WatchCut Video, a weekly series on YouTube, recently...
Learn Nez Perce for Free: Download the App Today
The Nez Perce Language Program has developed free apps for...
Youth Make Miwok Pride Video: ‘We Don’t Need a Gang, We Have a Tribe’
Wilton Rancheria, a federally recognized tribe located in...
First Mass in Nahuatl Held in Mexico’s Most Important Shrine
For the first time in Mexican history mass was said in the...
Lies Your Maps Tell You: Reclaim Native Lands
Alaska Natives have at least eight different names for the highest mountain peak in North America...
10 Ways to Boost Tribal Language Programs
The traditional arts of building canoes and fishing traps, making rabbit fur blankets, and pine nut picking are celebrated in the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California’s Language P...
Some Old, Some New: 10 Products, Places, and Items Called Squaw
Though the origin of the word “squaw” is a topic that has been debated over the years, the idea behind it has a certain negative connotation for our sacred Native women...
Grassroots Haida Revitalization Videos: Keeping the Language Alive
Schools, universities, and organizations throughout Indian country are working towards revitalizing endangered indigenous languages, but in Ketchikan, Alaska, it is the community t...
Upcoming Symposium to Examine How Technology Can Save Native Languages
A symposium to discuss the documentation, conservation and revitalization of American Indian Languages will be held Friday, April 17, at Rochester Institute of Technology’s Center ...
Elders Council Translates Words Relating to Sugar Bush Into Ojibwemowin
A mixture of elders/first speakers, teachers, and staff for Red Lake’s Ojibwemowin Advisory Committee attended their monthly meeting at Oshki-maajitaadaa (New Beginnings) in Redby,...
Osage Nation Reaches Out to Youth and Elders
New leadership for the Osage Nation has brought a new focus for the needs of Osage elders and youth...
Video: What Is Language Revitalization?
YouTube user Susie, a Haida speaker from Alaska, sits down to discuss basic definitions of what language revitalization actually is...
‘Navalish’: The Shifting World of the Navajo Language
Navajo is the most widely spoken of all Native American languages, and it is often called one of the most beautiful...
Challenges and Solutions to Keeping the Lakota Language Alive
“There is more to an immersion school than simply bringing in elders and having them teach the chidren,” said Sunshine Carlow, education manager of Lakȟól’iyapi Wahóȟpifor, the Lak...
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