The 2011 National Native Language Revitalization Summit

When: Wednesday, June 22
Where: Capitol Hill

Join language advocates for this annual grassroots gathering founded by the National Alliance to Save Native Languages and leadership from the National Indian Education Association. This year’s summit, Promoting Indigenous Language Rights in Practice: Language Rights Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill aims to educate each member of the U.S. House and Senate appropriations committees about Native American language leaders who are using extremely limited federal funding for urgent local tribal language revitalization projects. You can help reach out to congressional appropriators: Read more.

Summit registration is available online

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