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Kin Haal'á Álchíní: Navajo immersion camp for urban Indians
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|Title:||Kin Haal'á Álchíní: Navajo immersion camp for urban Indians|
|Date Issued:||04 Mar 2021|
|Description:||Kin Haal'á Álchíní translates to "City Kids" in the Navajo language. A critical challenge to learning the Navajo language is immersion. This 3-6 day language camp would work with local school districts and community members to provide students a gradual Navajo language immersion experience. Recognizing relationships with Urban Indian students is challenging, this camp proposes a way for students to be immersed in the Navajo language without leaving the city.|
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7th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC)|
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