We Still Live Here - Âs Nutayuneân

Trailer (:46)
Clip 1 ( 4:15)
Clip 2 (3:11)
Clip 3 (3:18)
  • About the Film

    Jessie Little Doe works with her daughter Mae on Wampanoag vocabulary.
    Photo by Cultural Survival

    Celebrated every Thanksgiving as the 'Indians' who saved the Pilgrims from starvation and then largely forgotten, the Wampanoag communities of southeastern Massachusetts are reviving their native tongue, a language that had been silenced for more than 100 years.

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  • Our Mother Tongues

    Photo of a young Native American boy smiling for the camera.

    Take an interactive journey through America’s Native languages and the burgeoning movement among American Indians to save them, contextualized by the 21st century global quest to avert the extinction of half the world’s languages.

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  • Talkback

    Two Wampanoag men seated in the woods in traditional attire.
    Photo by Trisha Barry

    Is it possible for a language that has not been spoken for generations to become vibrant once more?

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