Doyon Foundation hosted the Where Are Your Keys (WAYK) language training in early November. Approximately 30 people participated in the four-day training in Fairbanks, and six of the nine Native languages in the Doyon region were represented. 548 more words
Tags » Language Revitalization
Quick: Click the comments bubble (up this way ↗) and write down as many languages as you can in a comment (no cheating!), then post it. 1,097 more words
Discussion on the efforts to revitalize Indigenous languages in reserves has surprisingly struck a personal chord with me. I am not part of a community that has been unfairly discriminated against, and the languages I speak are most certainly not endangered, but I have some sort of idea of what it’s like to lose your language. 398 more words
Alaska Native Language Preservation Advisory Council
Alaska Native Language Survey
The Alaska Native Language Preservation & Advisory Council seeking your input. They are gathering information from around the state on the status of Alaska Native languages. 158 more words
DEADLINE EXTENDED: November 1, 2013.
Travel assistance is available for Doyon, Limited shareholders for the Where are your Keys? Language Learning Training hosted by Doyon Foundation. 49 more words
Join Doyon Foundation staff for the second Deg Xinag Community Language Night from 7:30-8:30 pm.
Held at: Association of Interior Native Educators Office (AINE)
201 First Avenue, Suite… 136 more words
Are you a Doyon shareholder who is interested in teaching or learning about your Native language?
Doyon Foundation’s Language Revitalization Program will be hosting a Where Are Your Keys (WAYK) language training facilitated by 190 more words