Argument and Debate Regarding Indigenous Languages and Their Extinction
Native languages are becoming extinct and there is no support for the teachings of native languages Deidre d'Etremont, editor of Cultural Survival Quarterly stated in summer 2001 that languages are becoming extinct and there is no public support for native languages. "Native American languages are disappearing. In Oklahoma last year, only 127 Pawnee (six percent) spoke their Native language; all were elderly. Out of a population of 2,500, there were only five fluent speakers of Osage in the Mississippi Valley ; they, too, were aged. Only one person speaks Coos.
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