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Radio Bilingüe

Radio Bilingüe is a Spanish language network on public radio.  Although it is mostly California based, there are affiliate stations in Carrboro, Asheville, and Greenville, North Carolina.  There is also a radio program broadcast in Mixteco called La Hora Mixteca.

 

Contact: Filemón López, Coordinator of La Hora Mixteca

lopez.f@radiobilingue.org

(559) 455-5784

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Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone is a software company which markets a variety of language learning software. This company also has an Endangered Languages Division, which creates software to preserve less prevalent languages.  The company currently does not have any software available in the Indigenous Languages of Latin America but is possibly interested in developing software with ECMHSP and its parents who speak indigenous languages. Contact Marion Bittinger:mbittinger@RosettaStone.com

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SIL International

This faith-based organization works to document and study lesser-known languages.  It has developed a number of materials, ranging from dictionaries to literature sources, in a wide variety of languages. 

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Spanish Language Resources for Staff

This website offers some free online lessons which teach basic Spanish concepts. More detailed and advanced lessons can be purchased on CDs from the website.

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UCLA Language Materials Project

The Language Materials Project works to provide a variety of materials, such as dictionaries, phrasebooks,grammars, and cultural materials. Currently, thewebsite only provides materials in one indigenous language (Nahuatl), but the project continually updates the language profiles, so additional languages may be added at a later date.

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WEBINAR: Structural Competencies in Migration Health

Part 1 of the 6 webinar series: Essential Clinical Issues in Migration Health

DATE RECORDED: March 19, 2014
PRESENTED BY:  Deliana Garcia, MA, International Research and Development, Migrant Clinicians Network

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Western NC Workers Center Indigenous Language Strategies

Western NC Workers Center:  Located in Morganton, North Carolina, the Western NC Workers Center is a non-profit group of community organizers.  This organization currently has a number of outreach and education projects which work to uphold the rights of immigrant and low wage employees in Western North Carolina.  They also work with high levels of Guatemalan immigrants who speak indigenous languages.  One of their projects designed to reach indigenous language speakers is their Promotora Education project, which uses scenario

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