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Keeping a language alive: Co-founder of Blackfoot immersion school in Browning visits UM  (111 KB)
Missoulian, March 2007

 

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Endangered languages of our ancestors can flourish again  (62 KB)
Denver Post, August 26, 2006

 

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Niisitapiisini: Our Way of Life  (180 KB)
Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Summer 2005

 

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In the Language of Our Ancestors  (147 KB)
Northwest Education Magazine, Spring 2004

 

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Transforming Education - The First Steps  (166 KB)
Focus on Teachers Newletter, Voume 3 Number 2 March 2004

 

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Tribe Fears Loss of Culture Through Mandated
School Standardization
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Missoulian, March 21, 2004

 

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Students learn Blackfeet  (93 KB)
Great Falls Tribune, February 9, 2004

 

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Tribal Talk  (109 KB)
Smithonian Magazine, November, 2003

 

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Raising Minipokaiax  (165 KB)
Big Sky Journal, October 27, 2003

 

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Indian Languages Struggle to Survive  (85 KB)
The Marion Star, June 1, 2003

 

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Blackfeet push to preserve language  (89 KB)
Great Falls Tribune, May 18, 2003

 

> Commemoration a Chance to Tell Different Stories  (104 KB)
Salt Lake Tribune, January 26, 2003

 

> Blackfeet Tribe Immerses Students in Language to Counter
Manifest Destiny
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Aberdeen News, January 23, 2003

 

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Video Producer Profile: Darren Kipp (83 KB)
The Vision Maker, Fall and Winter, 2002/2003

 

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En una reserva de pies negros, Darrell Kipp fundo una
escuela modela
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Argentina Centro de Medios Independientes, December 28, 2002

 

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Best of the West
Sunset Magazine, August 2002

 

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Language Preservation a Focus Throughout Indian Country  (76 KB)
Native American Times, May-June, 2002

 

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Saving Languages: A Matter of Cultural Survival
Montana Profiles, Montana Public Television, June 27, 2002

 

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Tribal immersion schools rescue language and culture  (103 KB)
Christian Science Monitor, Tuesday June 11, 2002

 

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Institute bringing Blackfeet language into next century  (113 KB)
Great Falls Tribune, Sunday, April 15, 2002

 

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Revitalizing native tongues  (128 KB)
Great Falls Tribune, Sunday, April 14, 2002

 

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Tongue-Tied, Linguists and Native Speakers Fight to Preserve
Dying Languages
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ABC News.com, April 8, 2002

 

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Preserving Languages  (83 KB)
Living on Earth, National Public Radio, March 22, 2002

 

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Recipients of the 2002 Producer Development Fellowships  (72 KB)
to the Sundance Film Festival
Native American Public Telecommunications

 

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Badger-Two Medicine land declared eligible for
historic designation
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Great Falls Tribune Online, Tuesday, February 12, 2002

 

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Finding the words  (348 KB)
High Country News, January 21, 2002

 

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Education is American Indian Power  (77 KB)
Indian Country Today, November 14, 2001

 

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Real Speak  (86 KB)
World and I, October, 2001

 

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Stemming the Tide  (77 KB)
American Indian, Winter 2001

 

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The Last Word  (132 KB)
Missoula Independent, November 9-16, 2000

 

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Immersion programs ensure cultural survival  (86 KB)
Indian Country Today, June 28, 2000

 

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Encouragement, Guidance, Insights, Lessons Learned
For Native Language Activists Developing Their Own
Tribal Language Programs
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Piegan Insitute's Cut-Bank Language Immersion School, March 11, 2000

 

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Blackfeet Immersion
All Things Considered, National Public Radio, June 19, 1998

 

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Stoa Pikuni – Esokapi: We are Blackfeet – It is Good
Native Peoples, Summer 1997

 

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Native American Languages Act
Congress, United States of America, 1990

 

 

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