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Native Youth Language Project

The Native Youth Language Project makes resources available for learning the Dakota and Ojibwe languages and cultural histories, along with other indigenous languages. The project, led by a team of Native youth, is a unique project that places Native American youth in a leadership role sharing resources and networking with youth across North America to work toward indigenous language revitalization. The project is funded by a grant from the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and is housed in the American Indian Family Center, which is based in Saint Paul, MN.