2017 News

Oct. 3 at Purdue University: Language Conservancy Director Wil Meya Presents Talk on Revitalizing Native American Languages

Sept 25, 2017 | FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wil Meya to Present Talk at Purdue on Revitalizing Native American Languages October 3 talk with founder/director of The Language Conservancy, non-profit leading fight to save Native American languages BLOOMINGTON, IN — Wilhelm Meya, co-founder & Executive Director of The Language Conservancy & Lakota L
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The Language Conservancy 2017 Gala: Supporting Native Voices

Sept 24, 2017 | FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Language Conservancy to host Gala Celebrating Native American Language and Culture Legendary Lakota musician, film clips, silent auction confirmed for Nov 3 event in Bloomington Bloomington, IN  —  The Language Conservancy, the Bloomington-based non-profit that works with Native Americans to help
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2017 Summer Language Institutes

Omaha-Ponca Summer Institute – NEW! May 22-26 • Nebraska Indian College More info / register  WAIT LIST Crow Summer Institute  (Montana) June 5-23 • Little Big Horn College More info / register Lakota Summer Institute  (North Dakota) June 5-30 • Sitting Bull College More info / register MHA Summer Institute (North Dakota) July
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Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico on a Mission to Save Language

May 1, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE More Photos available for download Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico Launches Project to Save Language Fluent speakers of Acoma Keres language gather to record voices for dictionary and more Sky City, New Mexico — Nearly two dozen of the speakers of the Acoma Keres language have answered the call for a new project designe
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TLC delivers new apps for Nakoda & Dakota languages

In January 2016, The Language Conservancy began working with the Fort Peck Tribes’ Language & Culture Department to develop apps for learning Nakoda (Assiniboine) and Yanktonai Dakota languages. Last week, the apps (for iOS and Android) were delivered. And in 5 days, already downloaded  800+ times!  Some early reviews: “Awe
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