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Song Keeps Náhuatl Alive

Náhuatl, which was once the most widely-spoken language in Mexico, is slowly disappearing as new generations don’t learn and practice it. To combat this erasure of indigenous culture, activists in Mexico and even beyond the borders, like a singing group in East Los Angeles, are working on teaching the language to new people. “In a lot of places in the world, even in Mexico, these indigenous languages are in danger for various reasons.” Read more at Boyle Heights Beat.

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This entry was posted on November 20, 2018 by in Boyle Heights Beat, Print and tagged .

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