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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...
Importance of Language: Grassroots Efforts to Revitalize the Diné Language
Students in Valencia Edgewater’s Navajo literacy class...
‘Rising Voices’: New Film A Call to Arms for Lakota Language Revitalization
“When I speak Lakota, I feel connected to all my relatives...
Names Have Power: The United States of Indigenous Names
Schoolchildren are taught that the Americas are named after...
Alaska Native Language Loses Last Fluent Speaker
The world and the Holikachuk Athabascan language suffered a great loss with the passing of Wilson “Tiny” Deacon on March 10, 2012. He was 86...
Native Languages Go International
With one stroke of an official pen, Colorado Gov...
Education and The Native American Man
A recent article appearing on HuffingtonPost.com by Lance A...
Montana Schools Try to Keep Indian Students Engaged by Teaching Indian Culture to All
According to Montana’s Office of Public Instruction (OPI), 10.9 percent of that state’s students in grades 7 to 12 over the past five years were Indians, but Indians made up 48.6 p...
Journalism and Native Storytelling: Writer Richard Wagamese Bridges the Gap
Ojibwe author, journalist, producer and broadcaster Richard Wagamese has been making waves in the world of media since 1979...
‘Character’ Study: Author Ellen Cushman is Fascinated With Cherokee Writing
Roy Boney Jr.
Roy Boney Jr., who put together a graphic novel for Indian Country Today Media Network about the digitizing of the Cherokee syllabary , sat down with author Ellen Cushman to discus...
Book Strips Away the Myth Surrounding the Cherokee Syllabary
Roy Boney Jr.
The Cherokee Syllabary: Writing the People’s Perseverance— Book Review It was the great Sequoyah (ca...
Native Languages Bill Takes Another Step Forward
Native American language teaching won a victory March 21 when a bill that would help to preserve tribal languages sailed through an education committee of the Colorado House of Rep...
Keeping Inuit Students Engaged: School Programs Incorporate Inuktitut, Day Care
Earlier this week we brought you Fiona Walton, a professor of education at Prince Edward Island University and recent winner of a 2012 3M National Teaching Fellowship , a prize bes...
Tim Speaks Ojibwe
Meet 16-year-old Tim. His YouTube channel—called PolyglotPal's—has nearly 500 subscribers and more than 87,000 views over the last year...
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