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Berenstain Bears to Speak Lakota

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  • Berenstain Bears to Speak Lakota

    Berenstain Bears to Speak Lakota

    By ICTMN Staff February 24, 2011

    Restoring Native languages is essential to the preservation of Native culture, and there are many groups doing their part to restore the languages that began disappearing after colonization.

    The Lakota Language Consortium (LLC) is one of those groups. In June 2010, the consortium decided to dub 20 episodes of the Berenstain Bears, or Lahkota.org.

    Here's a trailer:


    They also have a Facebook page:

    I think this is really great and hope they succeed enormously. It's so important for the youth to learn the languages, to keep them alive and vibrant.

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