Here’s an interesting story from yesterday’s Anchorage Daily News.
It’s about a case from
The interesting part is comment the lawyers for
I wonder what the residents of
My own two cents aren’t exactly remarkable – but if that region’s language has been Yup’ik for the last few millennia, and it is still the first language spoken in Yup’ik homes, why wouldn’t the government be doing everything possible to make sure that language is encouraged? I could send them the few hundred studies done on just how important maintaining a language is if they still doubt the facts.