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Grants Will Help Ojibwe Language Preservation Efforts
Faculty members at The College of St. Scholastica have...
'Aboriginal' Featured as New York Times Word of the Day
The New York Times on Friday January 23 chose “aboriginal”...
How Technology Is Helping Modern Language Revitalization Efforts, Part 3
Previously we discussed a variety of websites available for...
Hawaiian Language Teacher Training Gets $25K Award
The Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation and the Henry...
What Happened This Year In Education: 9 Popular Stories
There was plenty of controversy in schools this year,...
Language Preservation Efforts and a Birch Bark Canoe Build at UMass Amherst
A University of Massachusetts Amherst anthropologist has...
Sign Languages: A Forgotten Part of Tribal Cultures
Richard Clark Eckert
Deaf First Peoples are viewing a recent Indian Country Today Media Network article with contempt as the article promotes a nocuous paradigm called auditory verbal training, sometim...
Video: Last Fluent Wukchumni Speaker Fights to Save Her Language
A recent short documentary by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee for the New York Times profiles Marie Wilcox, of the Wukchumni, a Yokuts Tribe native to Central California...
Reader Video: Searching for and Understanding Twulshootseed
In 2009, Tami Hohn created this short video for a college class. It explores her relationship with her language, Twulshootseed, the language of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians...
Language Is Key to Culture: Seneca Fight to Save Theirs
In the three Seneca territories in Western New York there are just 30 elders who speak the language fluently—10 years ago there were 200 fluent speakers, reports WGRZ ...
Ojibwemowin Revitalization Celebration Honors Larry Stillday
"There is a great beauty to the language and culture of the Red Lake Ojibwe." ~Chi-Ma’iingan/Larry Stillday...
Getting Serious About Choctaw: Haileyville Wins at Language Fair
Zach Maxwell/Choctaw Nation
Brian Weaver and Louise Mitchell have won it anonti— that’s Choctaw for again...
Cherokee Language Evolving: Syllabary Now Available in Braille
The Cherokee Nation now has its written language, the Cherokee syllabary, available in Braille...
Nunavut Game Company Makes Technology Dreams Come True
Raise your hand if you know what pinnguaq means in Inuktitut—if you guessed that it means “play,” you win!...
Bemidji’s Ojibwe Language Project Featured on Native Report
On Sunday, July 13, Native Report featured a story on Bemidji’s Ojibwe Language Project, with interviews with Rachelle Houle, Anton Treuer and Michael Meuers, who calls the project...
Say It in Ojibwe: Camp Helps Keep the Language Alive
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