Great film coming this week on the PBS series, Independent Lens:
Cultural Survival's Endangered Languages Program invites you to explore American Indian language revitalization efforts nationwide in preparation for the November 17 national broadcast of the triumphant story of the reawakening and return home of the Wampanoag language. We Still Live Here - Ās Nutayuneān, starring the Wōpanāak Language Reclamation Project, airing nationally on PBS's Independent Lens series, will introduce viewers to the descendants of the tribal communities who first met the English Pilgrims nearly four centuries ago in what would become New England.
Here's a great clip from We Still Live Here - Ās Nutayuneān:
I spent more than an hour the first time at the interactive website constructed around this project, Our Mother Tongues...highly recommended!
Local Listings for We Still Live Here - Ās Nutayuneān