24-4: “Language Revitalization” Table of Contents

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24-4 LANGUAGE REVITALIZATION

Features

More Than Words, A Way of Life
By Laura Paskus
From the Arctic Circle to the Great Plains, tribal colleges and universities are launching a vast array of new programs to revitalize and preserve Native languages. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Ojibwemotaadidaa: Preparing a New Generation of Fluent Speakers
By Persia Erdrich
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College’s language program offers students a complete immersion experience where they learn to speak Ojibwe in everyday situations. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Albert White Hat and Lakota Language Preservation
By Dr. Jurgita Antoine
A video interview with Sicangu Lakota elder, teacher, and author Albert White Hat.

Departments

Dear Readers: Continuing Sequoyah’s Work
By Rachael Marchbanks

Editor’s Essay: It Takes a Movement
By Bradley Shreve

Profile: Louis Soop and Language Restoration at Red Crow Community College
By Mary Weasel Fat TCJ PAID CONTENT

Talking Circle: Honoring Identity with Young Adult Novels
By Donna L. Miller TCJ PAID CONTENT

On Campus: Tribal College News

Media Reviews
By Jurgita Antoine, Thomas Disselhorst, Ryan Winn, Bradley Shreve, and Michael W. Simpson

In Memoriam: Senator Daniel K. Inouye
By Ryan Wilson

Voices: Words Are Mightier Than Colonialism
By Ryan Winn TCJ PAID CONTENT

Resource Guide
By Laura Paskus

ON THE COVER: In 1821, Sequoyah completed a syllabary for the Cherokee language. His achievement stands as one of the first efforts to preserve and revitalize Native languages. Cover design by Walt Pourier, photo by Barbara Grist www.BarbaraGristPhotography.com

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