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Alexandra Marley Dec 12
🖤💛❤ Learning about decolonising linguistics at
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Tim Fox 1h
Launching my book, along with 12 other Treaty 7 authors today! If your in Moh’kinsstis, please come out and witness this significant moment for
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International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019 Dec 6
Watch the International Conference Language Technologies for All LIVE from . Let's use the power of Language Technologies (LT) to make sure are preserved and promoted worldwide.
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ELRA Dec 6
Fadoua Ataa Allah, from IRCAM, Morocco, gives an overview of what the IRCAM has achieved for the preservation and revitalization of Amazigh, incl. developing tools, setting up a Mooc & building Language Resources
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Australian Indigenous Languages Dec 8
“More than 5000 children's picture books translated into Aboriginal languages will be distributed to Families as First Teachers sites across the Territory to support early years bilingual literacy.”
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René Lemieux 9h
Meet 4 people working to keep language alive at Six Nations | CBC News
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Dynamics of Language Dec 5
Navajo, Mohawk, Yup’ik... Marianne Mithun takes us on a tour de force of morphological complexity in the of the First Nations of America.
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Nico Estevelle 18h
. Good afternoon, Miss. Janice Llamoca! How are you? Miss. Janice Llamoca: Nice to meet you! Charmed! Miss. Janice Llamoca: Thank you so very much for Sharing his the first article in print About the use of Quechua in The New York Times. .
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Shelley Odishaw Dec 12
This makes me very happy ❤️
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Alexandra Marley Dec 12
"Language existed before people. Language is spirit and introduces itself through spirit. We are just instruments." ❤💛🖤 Eleanor Dixon from the Mudburra Language Project talking at
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International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019 Dec 6
Ms Lorna Williams Board Member, Prof Emerita, First Nations Cultural Foundation, University of Victoria, Canada, established the first Bachelor and Master Degree in Indigenous Language Revitalization
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Parks Canada Dec 12
Taking to the skies ✈ makes it easy to see why National Park’s name comes from the Gwich’in for “among the lakes”! 🌊 Explore Vuntut, where few visitors tread:
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Tim Fox 1h
Wow, there it is! Just realizing the significance of this day. Honoured to have been part of this project with and 12 other Niitsitapi’s!
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Amel Fraisse Dec 6
Ms Lorna Williams : our Community Language Champions
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Nico Estevelle 55m
. Good morning, everyone! Dears. People: Congratulations for the Maya writer, Marisol "Sol" Ceh Moo for the first woman to receive the Indigenous Literature of the Americas Award! 👏👏👏👏. Here, More information: . (01). |. .
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ELRA Dec 6
Inspiring talk by Prof. Lorna Williams, Univ Victoria, Canada on preserving & revitalizing through the active use of these languages in the everyday life but also with the support of .
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Michelle Arnaud Dec 5
Cree word of the day is back! Here are the words from yesterday (Wednesday & winter). Today's word is newokisikaw (Thursday), and I added mispon (it is snowing)... because it is snowing!
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David Han Dec 11
Welcome to the story of a King. Welcome to the very favor of God.
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xochizin Dec 9
Can I just say a owned in & the two who migrated as children, to help their family in a most difficult moment. Are now on the restaurants in LA!!!
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Parks Canada Dec 7
Ukkusiksalik may mean “the place to find stone to make pots” but it’s also the place to find untouched landscapes and unique arctic adventures! 🏔🗺 Find out more:
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