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Video: UMass Amherst Ojibwe Language Students Build Birchbark Canoe
Students in Howard Kimewon’s Ojibwe language class at the...
Navajo Fifth-Grader Faces Stiff Competition at National Spelling Bee
Ten-year-old Kelvin Winney paused, lips pursed, eyes on the...
Online Challenges to Save Indigenous Languages in the Americas
Saving indigenous languages by recording them and then...
10 Ways to Respect Your Elders
Our blessed elders certainly deserve our respect. Though...
Lies Your Maps Tell You: Reclaim Native Lands
Alaska Natives have at least eight different names for the...
10 Ways to Boost Tribal Language Programs
The traditional arts of building canoes and fishing traps,...
Working Group Says Dakota and Ojibwe Language Survival is Questionable
In 2009, the Minnesota State Legislature established a volunteer working group to “develop a unified strategy to revitalize and preserve indigenous languages of the 11 federally re...
Wes Studi Talks to Maria Hinojosa
Wes Studi—the Cherokee actor and activist most famous for his roles in Last of the Mohicans , Dances with Wolves and Avatar —recently sat down with Maria Hinojosa, who jumps right ...
Language Symposium Focuses on Preservation and Features Wes Studi
“Weaving Indigenous Language Through Family, Education & Community” is the theme for the sixth Minnesota Indigenous Language Symposium , which will focus on programs working to...
Ojibwe Language Quiz Bowl Winners
The second place University of Minnesota team included Persia Erdich, Sam Quincy, Janelle White, and Larissa Littlewolf. The teacher in the front is Dennis Jones...
Aboriginal Languages Initiative Gives Out $5 Million Annually
In order to support the preservation and revitalization of aboriginal languages in Canada, the Aboriginal Languages Initiative (ALI) was implemented in 1998 through the Department ...
A Friendly Competition in Ojibwemowin
Two team members from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota, listened during the 2010 Ojibwe Language Quiz Bowl...
UMass Amherst Linguist Recognized for Preserving Native American Languages
Margaret “Peggy” Speas, professor of linguistics, was recently nominated by her peers as a University of Massachusetts Amherst Spotlight Scholar for her 20-plus years of work to pr...
Competitiveness and Culture at the University of Oklahoma Language Fair
OU Language Fair Coordinator Mary Linn and Brooke and Dale Shackleford, Chickasaw participants It’s hard to say whether the younger or the older students were sharper at the Ninth ...
Squamish Gets Its Own Dictionary
Squamish gets its own dictionary today, as preservers of the dying language reveal the fruits of years of documentation by Squamish speakers working with anthropologists and lingui...
Dr. Anton Treuer is Talking The Talk, in Ojibwe
Dr. Dean Chavers
The first time I heard Dr. Anton Treuer talk, I was amazed. The next time I heard him speak, I was even more impressed...
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