languages

A video shows the woman saying, “... Oriental. I hate it.”
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe of Massachusetts is determined to teach its children their ancestors' language.
The only place that I felt I could appropriately learn these terms was by socializing with my LGBTQ Deaf and signing peers.
The teacher told students that soldiers weren't "fighting for your right to speak Spanish."
Only a handful of elders on the reservation speak it fluently today.
Participants tell stories in Spanglish, Korish and more -- with “no code-switching, no translation required.”
Success Academy charter school network CEO Eva Moskowitz called a press conference last week to claim success. According
From twistification to storm caves to slushburgers, the U.S. has quite the history of local language quirks.
The Welcome Your Neighbor signs are transformative for both those who display them and those who see them.
Over the past couple of days, I have witnessed almost universal praise for Dana Goldstein’s Why Kids Can’t Write*. Since