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  • Apr 14, 2012
  • 09:00 PM

Fighting to keep Mohawk language alive

Steve Bonspiel / The Gazette
The Mohawk language, which is called Kanien'kéha, has been in trouble for a long time. It is still spoken among elders, but a number of factors play into the dire situation it's in today - not just in Kahnawake, but in all Mohawk communities. It's estimated only 3,000 people in the world speak Mohawk fluently.

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