How An Octogenarian Preserved An Endangered Native American Language

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It’s easy to take translations for granted when Google can swap between Albanian and Zulu with the click of a button, but even that tech has real world limitations. Marie Wilcox is the last fluent speaker of Wukchumni, one of 130 different endangered Native American languages in the United States that don’t have any kind of digital—or analog—legacy. Read more…

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How An Octogenarian Preserved An Endangered Native American Language

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