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Foundation Welcomes Languages Project Manager

Doyon Foundation is pleased to welcome Nathan Feemster, who was hired in December as the Doyon Languages Online project manager. In this role, Feemster is responsible for the coordination, implementation and evaluation of the… 314 more words

Doyon Foundation News

$5,000 Grants Available for Language Revitalization Projects

The 10 ancestral languages of the Doyon region are all severely to critically endangered, and will be lost within the span of a few generations if no action is taken. 282 more words

Doyon Foundation News

WAYK Summer 2017 Internship Announcement!

Interested in an internship which involves Language Revitalization? See below:

I am writing to let you know about an exciting opportunity for students to intern with Where Are Your Keys? 313 more words


Language Champion: Jamie Marunde

Sharing Language through Children’s Books

As Doyon Foundation continues to grow our language revitalization efforts in the Doyon region, we are noticing a group of people who are committed and dedicating their own time to learning and perpetuating their ancestral language. 500 more words

Learning Opportunities

Can the Welsh save Inuktitut?

The Inuit of Northern Canada are worried that their language, Inuktitut, will die. They looked to the example of another language, Welsh, that managed to come back from the brink, thanks to some creative and forceful measures. 686 more words


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