Ojibwe Speakers The World's small tribal languages are disappearing; of the 174 native american languages in the U.S., all but twenty are currently endangered. Reporter Mary Losure, of Minnesota Public Radio, visits the Mille Lacs reservation in central Minnesota where the Ojibwe are using money from gambling to develop a new program of teaching language to their children. The kids are learning Ojibwe on computer and by singing popular songs written especially for them.
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The World's small tribal languages are disappearing; of the 174 native american languages in the U.S., all but twenty are currently endangered. Reporter Mary Losure, of Minnesota Public Radio, visits the Mille Lacs reservation in central Minnesota where the Ojibwe are using money from gambling to develop a new program of teaching language to their children. The kids are learning Ojibwe on computer and by singing popular songs written especially for them.