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Native group helps Google preserve endangered languages
by Justina Reichel
The Epoch Times Translate This Article
27 June 2012
On 27 June 2012 The Epoch Times reported:
The First Peoples' Cultural Council, a first nations-run Crown corporation based on Vancouver Island, has been chosen to oversee a project developed by Google that seeks to preserve endangered indigenous languages. 'A lot of the ideas have been driven by First Peoples' commitment to ensuring that the communities themselves are the voice for their own languages,' says Lorna Williams, chair of the First Peoples' Cultural Council (FPCC). 'There's an opportunity for [communities] to present their language in a way that is true to them.'
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