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A new generation aims to keep Native language alive in Kodiak, Alaska

Half of Alaska’s Kodiak Alutiiq language speakers died in the past two years. But new speakers are learning the language and passing along the Sun’aq Tribes’ culture and worldview to the new generations.

Claire Stremple of KTOO reports.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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