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Pop Quiz! Endangered language projects

The Endangered Language Fund was founded in 1996 and has been providing grants to individual researchers, tribes, and museums, with the goal of supporting language documentation and preservation projects.  399 more words


Ethics in Tourism (draft 2)

Nonfiction Personal Essay

Cherokee Palimpsests

          I’m a race shifter, a human palimpsest. My father’s family is white, my mother’s Cherokee.

          While I was growing up in northern Minnesota, my parents took jobs with Indian Health Services on Ojibwe reservations. 2,441 more words


Doyon Foundation Student Profile: Jordan Craddick

The history of Alaska Native people from our own perspective is largely underrepresented, and what is written is often biased and inaccurate, says Doyon Foundation student Jordan Craddick. 817 more words


Learn More About Language Revitalization!

Interested in learning more about language revitalization?  Evan Gardner, creator of the “Where Are Your Keys?” language learning and teaching method, advises the following: 100 more words

Language Revitalization