Hishuk Ish Tsawalk: Everything is One

Living Tongues project coordinator Anna Luisa Daigneault recently wrote an article about Nuu-chah-nulth language revitalization efforts on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. View the full article here. Kathy Robinson, First Nations language activistImage above: Kathy Robinson is a language warrior. At the age of 81, she is one of the last two fluent native speakers of Tseshaht (pronounced “tsi-sha-aht”), a language once popularly spoken on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The Tseshaht people are one of 14 Nations that make up the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council.


2 thoughts on “Hishuk Ish Tsawalk: Everything is One

  1. Everything is very open with a precise clarification
    of the challenges. It was definitely informative. Your website is very helpful.

    Many thanks for sharing!

  2. You really make it appear so easy together with your presentation but I to find this matter to be actually one thing which I believe I might never understand.
    It sort of feels too complicated and extremely vast for me.
    I am looking forward to your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!

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