Saturday, May 9, 2015

Blogger drives Montana to preserve Native languages, South Dakota to rename Black Hills peak

The Missoulian reports that rudimentary Arabic is being offered to Hellgate High students. Sure. That's cool.

But, why not preserve Crow, Blackfeet, Assiniboine and the other tongues native to Montana? For over twenty years this interested party has hammered the absence of Lakota in South Dakota high schools and on language equivalents for geographical features on SDDoT highway maps.

Now, those things are happening.

Federal agencies recognize tribal nations as the 51st State and realize that the West should be rewilded.

The line forms at my rear.

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