Brazil Project Aims To Save Endangered Indigenous Languages

Originally posted on RED POWER MEDIA: In this Oct. 28, 2015 photo, a Brazilian Pataxo indigenous woman attends the World Indigenous Games in Palmas, Brazil. Of the estimated 2,000 indigenous languages thought to have been spoken in pre-Columbian times in what is now Brazil, only around 160 survive today. Portuguese is now the first language…

http://voices-and-visions.com/2015/11/07/brazil-project-aims-to-save-endangered-indigenous-languages/

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