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Observers mourned the loss of another indigenous language
, one of thousands that are expected to meet the same fate in the next 100 years.
Understanding the experiences of immigrants who speak an indigenous language
may prove beneficial for teachers, students, policymakers, and others who want to understand the dynamics of the immigration of indigenous persons to the United States and the impact they have on American communities, especially the Latino community in the United States.
Anecdotal evidence shows that in graduate programs where people need to demonstrate proficiency in a second language, people who speak an indigenous language
have had to struggle to get their languages accepted to fulfill that requirement.
The effort got underway because Ambassador-designate to Guatemala Stephen McFarland wanted to learn K'iche', the nation's indigenous language
For the first time, people like Marisol Medina, a student at the Public University of El Alto, had a platform to communicate online, whether she was writing about her quest to learn the indigenous language
of Aymara or the unfairness of boys throwing balloons at girls during carnival.
Tindo' is the word for sun in the indigenous language
of the Kaurna people, and the vehicle's power will come from a solar photovoltaic system (PV) installed on the roof of the new Adelaide Central Bus Station.
There are a number of reasons for this, some to do with imperial arrogance, others to do with a lack of indigenous language
has a greenlight to launch two regional indigenous language
This is one of the classic manifestations of colonialist thinking: the attempt to marginalise the indigenous language
with the excuse that it is ``unnecessary''.
All three hotels will open in 2005, says Cecilia Bibiloni, who is in charge of the Conevial projects, adding that the hotels will be named "Samana Huasi," which means "week of rest" in an indigenous language
Unlike many of Mexico's indigenous communities, they have successfully defended their culture against the homogenizing force of Mexican mestizaje--at least 85 percent of Juchitan's residents speak their indigenous language