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An Interactive Story That Prompts You to Speak an Endangered Aboriginal Language

Only three fluent speakers of Marra remain. 'My Grandmother's Lingo' is an interactive animation that asks users to speak words from this endangered Aboriginal language. The post An Interactive Story That Prompts You to Speak an Endangered Aboriginal Language appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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