Don Davis, Minn. State Capitol Bureau ST. PAUL – American Indian leaders fear their native languages are being lost, calling the situation a crisis. “When a person passes away, it is like a whole dictionary that is gone,” Lillian Rice told a Minnesota House committee. A Native American’s language, she added, “is the very sense [...]
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