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Howie Berman, MA, CAE 9h
To the UN, language is more than a method of communication, it's a "repository for each person's unique identity, cultural history, traditions, and memory". via
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AIATSIS Jul 9
International passengers arriving at Canberra airport will now be greeted by a Welcome To Country, recorded by Ngunnawal Traditional Owners.
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NZSummit 3h
2019 is the International Year of Indigenous Languages, let's raise awareness and visibility of the crucial role languages play in the daily lives of people. Grateful for the opportunity to share our plans for the NZ Summit with UNESCO in Brasilia
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National Library Aus Jul 11
Over 8000 codes and tags were added by librarians & Trove users across the country in the codeathon. Thanks for your efforts in making Indigenous Australian language material easier to find during . We’ll let you know final count next week!
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ABC Indigenous Jul 7
If you missed today's 'Acknowledgement of Country', episode of you can watch it here on iview:
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ABC Education 12h
Learn about Banib the and why it's so important for children to have a connection with the land and their .
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RUIL Unimelb 18h
We hope you had a lovely weekend wrapping up NAIDOC Week. Here are four words for ghost gum in Indigenous languages
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#देस_की_मालिक_तिलक_नेताम_गोंड़ Jul 13
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE WORLD’S INDIGENOUS PEOPLE 2019
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SIL International 4h
In 300 of the world's languages, there is no speaker younger than a great grandparent! Currently, a language dies every 40 days. SIL is passionate about addressing this loss.
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Wet Tropics Management Authority Jul 12
Shout out to the artists performing in Djabugay language on the night of the 2019 Cassowary Awards—Bert and Willie!
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State Library of NSW Jul 12
Our landmark exhibition opens tomorrow, 13 July. Come along and hear from Elders and language custodians who share compelling stories of joy, strength and survival on Country.
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Parks Canada Jul 6
Have you heard? Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai’pi, home to thousands of petroglyphs and pictographs, has just been inscribed as Canada’s 20th ! 🌎 We can’t think of a better way to celebrate ! 🎉
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Ian McCallum 9h
Huluniixsuw Wiingaawsuw! Wing ah sew Have fun! “Boasty” I have attempted a translation of a few lines of the song in the language.
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Alayna Many Guns Jul 13
Calista and I with our book stand ☀️
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Endangered Languages Project Jul 10
What a beauti concept for public art! An audio installation will broadcast recordings of children speaking Indigenous languages into bodies of water across Australia, which passerby can listen to by dipping a stick into the flow:
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National Archives of Australia Jul 13
We’re recognising in several ways. staff recently had the privilege of a cultural interpretation tour with Tyronne Bell, a Ngunawal descendant. A chance to gain a greater understanding of the rich history and cultural practices of Peoples.
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Ian McCallum Jul 13
Huluniixsuw. Aayaaxkwu nbumaashuwihle. Thupeekat! (Eye yak wuh bu mah shoe wheel thip e cat) I will swim later. The water is cold. Translation from to English.
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Language Keeper Jul 13
Saputamo'g = see-through “PG Gifs were hard to find for this one…” Orthography: Smith Francis Dialect: Elsipogtog Speaker : Heidi Simon Video:
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GCIndigenous Jul 12
“Lii Yiiboo Nayaapiwak lii Swer: L’alfabet di Michif” was created by , with translations by Elder Grace (Ledoux) Zoldy & Heather Souter to help people learn the alphabet! Check it out:
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State Library of NSW Jul 12
“Our languages didn’t just gently wonder off into the Dreamtime; they were silenced, and Aboriginal people died trying to pass them on.” Damien Webb (Palawa) Our landmark exhibition opens today. Learn more:
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