Legislation seeks to preserve Native American languages

06/22/2014 | Indian Country Today

The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs recently heard testimony from seven witnesses regarding the need to bring Native American language education to schools. "When language becomes extinct, it takes with it the history, philosophy, culture and scientific knowledge of its speakers," said Clarena M. Brockie, a member of the Montana House of Representatives and dean of students at Aaniiih Nakoda College.

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