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learning my native language, my story

[Low-fi hip-hop music plays] Hamiintamč! Hello, everyone! Welcome back to my channel for another video this week. I started off this video by speaking in Serrano, because that is going to be the major topic of this video. I am Read more…


Language Apprentice: Bringing Back the Ho-Chunk Language

Language Apprentice: Bringing Back the Ho-Chunk Language

When I am driving to work I feel like maybe my ancestors are there cheering me on. I’m sure they are. Obviously, they want their language to go on they want our language to go on. My name is Arlene Read more…


Nick Sandmann Speaks Out On Viral Encounter With Nathan Phillips | TODAY

Nick Sandmann Speaks Out On Viral Encounter With Nathan Phillips | TODAY

Quechua – The Living Language of the Incas

Quechua – The Living Language of the Incas

Follow Langfocus on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Hello everyone. Welcome to Langfocus channel and my name is Paul. Today’s topic is a language that some of you have probably never heard up but it’s a fascinating topic and one that Read more…


Living Language: Menominee Language Revitalization

I first go around and plow my relatives out a couple aunties and cousins. Then I have my, I call them, brothers, you know. That’s the way we say it in our language. Nematok are friends, close friends. We do Read more…


Hand Talk – Science Nation

Hand Talk – Science Nation

MALE: Buffalo, come. Go straight. Jump over. MILES O’BRIEN: This extraordinary film from 1930 shows Plains Indian Sign Language, or Hand Talk. Both deaf and hearing members of dozens of Native American tribes have used it for at least 200 Read more…


First Language – The Race to Save Cherokee

First Language – The Race to Save Cherokee

Captioning provided by: Quickcaption, Inc. www.quickcaption.com ♪♪ [rushing water]>>WaaaHoooo!>>WaaaHoooo! [distant cheering] [Cherokee phrase] they say [Cherokee word] The ball was picked up by the hand and it is called [Cherokee word] A lot of Cherokee language was used and it Read more…