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Dear Diary, A Wrinkle in Time

On the eve of my twenty-ninth birthday I want to share a story with you about learning language. I swear that this is connected (my coworker teases me, saying that I can make a connection between anything and this is true)– and you’ll see why. 339 more words


From Two Languages Comes One

Michif is a language traditionally spoken by the Métis of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, across Canada, and even in North Dakota. The language has been the subject of intense discussions in linguistics because of its unique creation. 1,817 more words


International Mother Language Day - February 21

by  Ruslana Westerlund

Did you know that nearly 40% of the world’s population lack access to education in their own language according to this report from UNESCO… 557 more words

Language Learners

The Momentum Builds...

We are almost a week away from Hå’anen Fino’ Chamoru Ha’ and the responses have been amazing so far. So many people have been expressing their desire to join and to make the best of this day. 331 more words

Fino' Chamoru

Where Are Your Keys Summer 2015 internships

Where Are Your Keys is offering summer 2015 internships.  Applicants will be asked to supply the following: recent work history, educational background, language proficiency, and three professional references.   94 more words

Language Revitalization

Ha'ånen Fino' Chamoru Ha'

What is Ha’ånen Fino’ Chamoru Ha’ ?

On March 1st, 2015, we are calling our community to participate in Ha’ånen Fino’ Chamoru Ha’. For many, the Chamorro language is a beautiful thing that they grew up hearing, but unfortunately never grew up speaking. 449 more words

Fino' Chamoru

Learners-Speakers Gather for Fall Language Trainings

A series of Where Are Your Keys (WAYK) language trainings were held within the Doyon, Limited region this fall, drawing nearly 50 language learners-teachers. Trainings, which were facilitated by WAYK developer Evan Gardner and partner Susanna Ciotti, took place in Tanana October 27 – 31, in Tok November 3 – 6, and in Fairbanks November 14 – 16. 450 more words

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