My project is trying to preserve the Cree language/culture. The Cree language is spoken in the northern parts of Canada. I feel like we need to preserve this language/culture because it is something some families want to use but aren't. If we can preserve it we will have more people that can speak and translate the language.
This article is about a guy writing a book about why he thinks they should preserve the language. The article talks about how the author wants to bring light to all indigenous languages. It also talks about how the author learned more about this language and how he built up a loving for this language.
This article tells us about the drop in people speaking an Indigenous language. The numbers in people speaking the language have gone down by 5.6% since 2006. This drop occurs because no one knows about this language that should be as known as English, French, Spanish or any other outspoken language.
This article is about a father, that speaks the language, trying to preserve the language. He is trying to preserve the language so that his kids can grow up living the way he did. With the rate at which the number of speakers is dropping he is in fear that his kids will start to pick up the language that is spoken around them.
This article talks about how a teacher had 20 students and 2 of them didn't speak the language. This shows us how many people used to speak and why we need to continue it. With the amount of people speaking this language decreasing people that do speak it won't be able to go out and trade.