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Foundation Alumna Hired to Manage New Language Project

Doyon Foundation welcomes former student and intern Diloola Erickson as our new Doyon Languages Online II project manager!

“We are thrilled to have Diloola join our team and lead this new project. 341 more words

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May 2018 Native Word of the Month

Here is your May Native Word of the Month in Dinjii Zhuh K’yaa (Gwich’in)! Hai’ (thank you) to our translator, Allan Hayton.

May = Gwiluu Zhrii… 42 more words

Alaska Native Language Revitalization Digest Vol.3 No.7

Here is a link to the newest Alaska Native Language Revitalization Digest. This issue includes a guest op-ed, information on upcoming language programs, and updates on the legislative Resolution about the linguistic emergency declaration!

Alaska Language Revitalization Digest 4.26.18.pdf

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April 2018 Native Word of the Month

Here is your April Native Word of the Month in Dinjii Zhuh K’yaa (Gwich’in)! Hai’ (thank you) to our translator, Allan Hayton.

April = Ch’ikee Zhrii… 40 more words

What is Doyon Languages Online?

Want to know more about Doyon Languages Online – what it is, why we’re doing it, and how you can get involved? Check out these… 419 more words

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Language Champion: Diloola Erickson

“When I’m learning my language, I feel like I’m finding myself and understanding who I am.”

Diloola Erickson’s parents are Susan Erickson from Kaltag and Arne Erickson from Tok. 663 more words

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