1. Amanda Strickland


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    NGS Expeditions Council Young Explorers Grant

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    • Thank You To The Indigenous Literacy Foundation


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      The ILF recently helped HAR to fund the translation of the Honey Ant Readers book series in to Ngaanyatjarra, an Indigenous language unique to a community located in the desert six and a half hours…

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      • votesoap.com


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        • Cherokee Language Preservation


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          The true meaning of language preservation is revealed by members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, where a fight to save the native Cherokee language is underway. Excerpt from the documentary…

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          • Handling and Utilizing Language Documentation Materials


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            This Powerpoint presentation was given by Gary Holton at the 2014 ATALM post-conference workshop hosted by the Sustainable Heritage network.

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            • Ms Mavis on Preserving Louisiana French


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              Mavis Arnaud Fruge shares her experiences working to preserve Lousiana French.

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              • Keep Talking - Film Teaser


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                For updates please follow the film on twitter @KeepTalkingFilm or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/keeptalkingthefilm “Keep Talking” is a documentary about the Alutiiq Native American…

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                • New Hawaii language discovered by UH researchers


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                  A University of Hawaii at Manoa research team in the Department of Linguistics confirms the existence of a previously undocumented language in Hawaii called Hawaii Sign Language (HSL). Read the…

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