Speaking of the Past: A Northwest Indian College instructor helps save a language from extinction

Feb 15th, 1991 | By | Category: 2-4: Teaching: Community and Culture in the Classroom, Profiles
By Lyn Dennis-Olsen

Bill James, who teaches the Lummi language at Northwest Indian College in Bellingham, Washington, believes language is a key to understanding the tribe’s culture and a way to build self-respect among its members. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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