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  • Oct 31, 2011
  • 05:14 AM

Endangered Languages Week lends speakers' voices to languages almost silenced

Vallari Gupte / UTA The Shorthorn
Linguistics doctoral candidate Andrea Muru said her father’s first language is Maori, and she can’t speak it. Preserving Maori, an indigenous language from New Zealand, and in turn other endangered languages, is important to Muru because she witnessed a language almost dying out, she said.

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