By some estimates, 350 million people qualify as "indigenous"--individuals bound together by their ancestry, lands, culture, language and, ultimately, self-identification. Think of Bolivia's Aymara, Canada's...
For one indigenous people, the internet could be key to saving a language related to no other on earth. Can the internet save a language? For the Ktunaxa nation, an indigenous people inhabiting parts of north-western America, the an... Read Post
One of the newest Global Voices Lingua sites is also its first in an indigenous language, Aymara. This native language is spoken by more than 2 million people across the Andes, especially in Bolivia and Peru, where it is among the o... Read Post