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A Special Screening of PBS Native America: Language is Life

PBS Tom Belt
221 LeConte Hall

As part of our UNSECO Decade of Indigenous Language Speaker Series, INAS, in partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting, presents a special screening of Native America: Language is Life (54 mins.). This episode features Cherokee Language speaker and educator, Thomas N. Belt. Tom has been instrumental in the Eastern Band of Cherokee's language revitalization programs and the tribal language immersion school, New Kituwah Academy. the episode explores the importance of indigenous languages and the vast bodies of knowledge they carry. Immediately following the screening will be a talk from Dr. Sara Snyder Hopkins, Director of Western Carolina's Cherokee Language Revitalization Program.

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