Squaw Valley Snowboarding
Though the origin of the word “squaw” is a topic that has...
Susie Edwardson Elder Della Cheney
Schools, universities, and organizations throughout Indian...
Ojibwemowin Sugar Bush
A mixture of elders/first speakers, teachers, and staff for...
Standing Bear Head Start Reading Osage Nation
New leadership for the Osage Nation has brought a new focus...
What Is Language Revitalization
YouTube user Susie, a Haida speaker from Alaska, sits down...
Navajo is the most widely spoken of all Native American...
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Language

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...
Christina Rose
5/2/14
Few things are more beautiful than smiling children singing together...
ICTMN Staff
4/29/14
As cancer treatments have evolved, so too have aboriginal languages...
Tanya H. Lee
4/23/14
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Chairman Jon Tester, D-Montana, introduced the Native Language Immersion Student Achievement Act in January...
ICTMN Staff
4/22/14
In Navajo there is no such term, specifically, as Earth Day. This is perhaps because to many Indigenous Peoples, every day is Earth Day...
ICTMN Staff
4/22/14
A bill passed by the Alaska state legislature has conferred official status upon 20 Native languages , making them -- for the most part, symbolically -- as valid as English in the ...
Rick Kearns
4/14/14
Mexico has 60 indigenous languages in danger of disappearing with 21 of those idioms in critical danger due to dwindling numbers of native speakers and other factors but reports of...

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