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Announcing Chert, Alaska's Native Language Keyboard App


Chert is an Alaska Native language keyboard for iPhone.

Specifically, it’s a third-party keyboard which includes all the Alaska Native language characters which don’t exist in English. 174 more words

Families Come Together to Learn at Nenana Fish Camp

The Nenana Native Association and Toghotthele Corporation hosted their annual Fish Camp July 18 – 29, 2016. The camp, organized by Janet Allen, Jeri Knabe and Amanda Salmon, and staffed by Kelly Ann Burke, Tracy Snow and Lynn Puryear, was open to all. 433 more words

Doyon Foundation News

Michif, a Dying Language


For my last blog, I’d like to discuss an endangered language, specifically Michif, which is an even mixture of Plains Cree and Canadian French. The verbs are Cree and the nouns are French. 592 more words

Foundation Seeks Doyon Languages Online Project Manager

As a first step since receiving the three-year, $900,000 Native American Language Preservation and Maintenance grant from the Administration for Native Americans, Doyon Foundation is seeking applications for a project manager for the Doyon Languages Online project. 274 more words

Doyon Foundation News

Foundation Grant Funds Denaakk’e Community Language Learning

Language learners from the communities of Rampart and Tanana came together for a five-day Denaakk’e workshop at the Rampart Community Hall July 11 – 15, 2016. 335 more words

Learning Opportunities

We are Speaking Our Language Again Video

Click HERE to watch a beautiful documentary – “We are Speaking Our Language Again” – which was just released to celebrate #TahltanDay. So much inspiring work happening in Tahltan language revitalization in British Columbia, Canada!

Language Revitalization