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Cherokee: From Printing Press to iPod
February 10, 2011
The Cherokee syllabary has gone a very long way from the the printing press to some of today’s hottest technology...
Navajo Language Immersion Program Launched
February 03, 2011
Central Consolidated School District in New Mexico has launched its first Navajo immersion program, Farmington Daily Times reported...
Restoring Ojibwe Language
February 04, 2011
First Speakers: Restoring the Ojibwe Language takes viewers inside two Ojibwe immersion schools: Niigaane Ojibwemowin Immersion School on the Leech Lake Reservation near Bena, Minn...
Wampanoag: We Still Live Here
January 30, 2011
Emmy Award winner Anne Makepeace will participate in Santa Barbara International Film Festival with her latest documentary, We Still Live Here (Âs Nutayuneân), Santa Barbara Indepe...
Native Language Documentation Institute to be Held in DC
January 24, 2011
Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages will be held in June 2011, in Washington, DC, Falmouth Institute reported...
Rosetta Stone Helps Revitalize Inupiaq Language
January 22, 2011
Alaska’s North Slope Borough and Rosetta Stone, a Virginia-based company that produces multimedia language courses, are planning to launch a new program this spring that is designe...
Eyak Language Gets a Second Life
January 02, 2011
Eyak became the first of Alaska's endangered languages to be declared "extinct" when its last Native speaker, Chief Marie Smith Jones, died in January 2008, The Bristol Bay Times r...
Groundhog Day’s Native American Roots
February 02, 2012
What does Groundhog Day have to do with Native American language and history ?...
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