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
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Here is a great article showcasing Tuesday’s activities surrounding the house bill on Alaska Native languages!
Paul shares some basic Gwich’in on this video recorded by Jessica Black.
Thursday, January 30 from 1:30 – 2:30pm at IARC 401
In this talk, UAF International Arctic Research Center reports on interdisciplinary film project involving a hydrologist, a linguist, and a media designer to document the ways in which water has shaped and continues to shape the way of life for the Tetlin People. 11 more words
Current estimates are that more than half of the world’s estimated 6,000 languages will become extinct during our lifetime. Indigenous communities and linguists are responding to this global crisis of language endangerment in a number of ways. 759 more words