Tag: language revitalization
Māori language and culture is making a comeback after Crown colonization in Otaki. Participants at a hui, or gathering told funders to “walk with us.”
Want to boost your tribal language program? Here are 10 tips from successful programs for doing just that.
Native movies make a mark, a lawsuit looms on behalf of the delisted Yellowstone grizzly, and more in Indian country the week preceding August 6.
The Magnificent One - An extensive interview with Magnificent Seven and Wind River actor, Martin Sensmeier
Our Native youth are the future of Indian country. There is perhaps no better list of achievements than those attained by the young people who inspire us to make the world a better place. Here is a list of true champions for 2017.
Cierra Fields was only 14 she...
Anna C. Gibbs walked on July 24, she was instrumental in the growing of the Ojibwe language revitalization efforts in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
In Washington, D.C., wild Trump fanatics—head to junk in red, white, and blue everything—openly molest marble statues of slave-owners, Indian-killers.
Daryl Baldwin, director of the Myaamia Center, says language revitalization needs to move from focusing on dying and extinct to a transition of languages.
The University of Montana has many things to offer Native American students, from the Payne Family Native American Center to a Native studies program.
A Navajo Nation elementary immersion school is teaching Native American students Diné language and culture in an effort to revitalize the language.
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