Finding a Place for Navajo: English must be restricted if the Navajo language is to survive

Feb 15th, 1993 | By | Category: 4-4: The Pattern of Language, Features
By Clay Slate

When we speak of the “culture” that Navajos love and revere, much of what we refer to is something built of the brick and mortar of language: songs, prayers, laws, tales, greetings, introductions, cures, blessings, direc­tions, recipes, jokes, philosophy, his­tory, teachings and more. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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