Community seeks to revive Mi'kmaw language


A project is underway to increase the number of speakers of the Mi'kmaw language, a tongue that once thrived in the Mi'kmaq community in Newfoundland, Canada. This article details both the painful history experienced by the community when efforts were made to destroy their heritage, as well as the current progress being made through language and culture being taught to kindergarten through ninth-grade students at St. Anne's School in the Miawpukek First Nation.

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