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Indigenous peoples use technology to keep language and culture alive

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Xokleng is a language spoken only by one indigenous community in Vale do Alto Itajaí, in the central region of Santa Catarina state, home to over 2,000 people. A good part of the 170 existing indigenous languages in Brazil are in danger of disappearing.

For this reason, since the 1990s, linguist Namblá Gakran has been working to rescue and keep the native language alive. "I didn't dream of . . .

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