This month’s edition of Asia Indigenous Observor is dedicated to preserving indigenous languages which are fast disappearing, being subsumed by dominant cultures. They say when a language dies the link to the past gets broken. For Indigenous Peoples, that means a loss of oral histories and indigenous knowledge that has been passed down through the written or spoken word from our ancestors. AIPP celebrated International Mother Language Day with the objective of sharing insights from indigenous leaders who are cultural ambassadors as well.
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