three family photos from the article éWa’keweientéhta’ne tsi iah se’ kaneka tetewakenaktí:ios, tsi ónen wa’kateweiénste ne Kanien’kéha
Tewakatáhsawen akateweiénste ne akewén:na — Néktsi tsi niwatierenhá:tie iah tóka’ tha’takahswáthe’te nahò:ten ne Canadians tehonatenhontsó:ni ahotitó:kenhse ne Onkwehón:we aonsahontkwatáko tsi nihotiia’tawénhseron  
three family photos from the article What learning Mohawk has taught me about not fitting in
OPINION: I’ve started to learn my own language — but my experience may not reflect what Canadians want from narratives of Indigenous resilience.
white pine from the article Tewen’niá:we ohénton ne shahonnitiohkón:ni, Rotitiohkwaién:tahkwe ne Haudenosaunee
Thó:a 900 niiohserá:ke ó:nen ne ioti’tá:raien ka’nisténhsera shihonwatiia’tará:kwas ne Rotiianehr ohén:ton ia’tahá:ta’ne ne Iáia’k Nihononhontsá:ke Raotitióhkwa.
tvo logo from the article Why TVO.org is translating Indigenous stories into Indigenous languages
EDITOR’S NOTE: Canada tried for more than a century to erase Indigenous languages. In the spirit of reconciliation, we must all help to protect them.

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