Native Americans Work to Keep Language Alivei
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Aru Pande
November 27, 2014 6:26 PM
When President Obama visited Standing Rock Native American Reservation earlier this year, he praised Sioux tribal leaders’ efforts to revitalize their Lakota language. Now the White House is preparing to host more than 500 tribal representatives for an annual conference on December 3. VOA correspondent Aru Pande has more from Standing Rock.

Native Americans Work to Keep Language Alive

Aru Pande

Published November 27, 2014

When President Obama visited Standing Rock Native American Reservation earlier this year, he praised Sioux tribal leaders’ efforts to revitalize their Lakota language. Now the White House is preparing to host more than 500 tribal representatives for an annual conference on December 3. VOA correspondent Aru Pande has more from Standing Rock.


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