‘This is not reconciliation’: Federal funding drops for Indigenous language revitalization

More Indigenous people are learning their languages, and federal funding falls short of what is needed to ensure languages are not lost

Why It Matters

Indigenous languages are facing extinction due to colonization, and many communities are trying to revitalize their languages and create more fluent speakers.

"We can’t wait another five years to get the funding needed to breathe life into our languages that were stolen from us. We need long-term, sustainable funding now."

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