ASU’s YES Academy Helps Salt River Pima-Maricopa 16-Year-Old Help Language

mathias | July 26, 2011

16-year-old Maleena Deer (of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community), 16, dreams of revitalizing her language through establishing pedagogical DVDs, internet resources and classes. The 3rd annual YES Academy at Arizona State University has helped her flesh out a working plan of action over four days, along with 20 other students with various entrepreneurial aspirations [...]

Keali’i Reichel to Perform at ASU

mathias | January 12, 2011

Hawaiian singer Keali’i Reichel will perform at Arizona State University (Gammage, Tempe campus, Mill Avenue and Apache Boulevard) at 7 PM on March 12, 2011. Tickets are 10$ to around 80$ depending on the seat you pick. This is a great chance to hear the Hawaiian language in person; Keali’i is a native speaker of [...]

Native Languages in Visual Art at the Map(ing) Exhibit

mathias | January 6, 2011

Map(ing), a free biennial art event that showcases Native languages and cultures, will take place Jan 8-14, 2011 and will include a public forum on Jan 12 at 6–7:30 PM Seven Native American artists – Ahkima Honyumptewa, Dallin Maybee, Eliza Narajano Morse, Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie, Marilou Schultz, Randy Kemp, and Wanesia Misquadace – worked with graduate [...]

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