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Hawaiian Language Teacher Training Gets $25K Award
ʻAha Pūnana Leo
The Samuel N...
Help an Anchorage Man Address Shortage of Ahtna Language Children’s Books
“There is a lack of children’s books in the Ahtna language,” Grant Rebne says with his adorable 6-month-old daughter in his lap...
This Video Proves 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town' Is Best Sung in Navajo
For William P. Yazzie of Chinle, Arizona, it's about language preservation...
Educating United Methodist Church Leaders Aim of Act of Repentance Service
As a member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, Rev. Chebon Kernell has seen firsthand the struggles Native communities face...
Morongo Elder Wins Heard Award for Language and Culture Preservation
The Heard Museum is proud to present its 11th annual Spirit of the Heard award to Ernest H...
Hawaiian Language Making a Comeback at Harvard
For the first time since 1984, Hawaiian could be used to fulfill the foreign language requirement at Harvard University, reports The Harvard Crimson , the university’s newspaper...
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...
Rosalie Little Thunder: ‘Lakota Library’ Walks On
She helped preserve the Lakota language, protect sacred sites and species, and founded The Buffalo Field Campaign in 1997. Rosalie Little Thunder, Lakota, walked on August 9...
Canadian Government Provides Funding to Support Ojibwe Language-Learning
Bryan Hayes, Sault Ste. Marie MP
The Government of Canada is providing $75,423 in funding through the Aboriginal Languages Initiative to support over 300 hours of learning opportunities for children and adults...
Celebrate International Mother Language Day Today
Happy Lakota Language Day!...
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