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Native Tech Firm Developing Social Indigenous Language Software Platform

From American Indian Report, Falmouth Institute’s online magazine: It may be too late for the older generations of American Indians to make their tribal languages their first languages, but it is definitely possible for the youngest and future generations, who … Continue reading

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New Presenter Added to Language Preservation Summit

Falmouth Institute is pleased to announce the addition of presenter Dr. Andrea Bear Nicholas to the Native American Language Preservation Summit 2011. Dr. Bear Nicholas is chair of Native Studies at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada and … Continue reading

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Language Preservation Summit Venue

Join us at the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort in March for the Native American Language Preservation Summit! This beautiful resort in the Sonoran Desert, adjacent to the Fort McDowell Casino, offers a wide variety of luxuries and amenities which includes … Continue reading

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Register for the Native American Language Preservation Summit!

Details regarding Falmouth’s third annual Native American Language Preservation Summit are now online! Join us for Indian Country’s premier Language Preservation Summit, with new speakers and topics and a full day of grants training from our featured guests, Potlatch Fund. … Continue reading

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Each week we would like to feature language-related news from you, our readers!  We value your thoughts and concerns and hope that you will use this blog as a forum to discuss all topics surrounding Native American languages.  If there … Continue reading

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Welcome to SpokenFirst!

Welcome to SpokenFirst!  SpokenFirst is your resource for news about American Indian languages. This blog, updated daily, will help you keep track of language news coming from Native American communities across the country.  We’ll address topics such as preservation strategies, … Continue reading

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