Māori Language Week = Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2019

Poster New Zealand (Aotearoa) – 2019’s Māori Language Week (September 9-15 or 9-15 Mahuru) is underway! Māori Language Week = Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori is one of Planeta.com’s fave celebrations in the world, one that stands out as a practical model of inclusive experiences and smart communication bringing people together on the ground …

Kia Ora

Lingo Cards Kia Ora = Hello (greeting in New Zealand (Aotearoa)) Also translates as “cheers,” “good luck,” and “best wishes” Headlines Air New Zealand threatened with Māori boycott – News Channel 21 Kia Ora: Air New Zealand faces boycott over trademark bid – BBC The New Zealand Maori Council described the move as “cultural misappropriation” …

Regional Congress of Indigenous Languages for Latin America and the Caribbean

Poster Cusco, Perú – The Regional Congress of Indigenous Languages for Latin America and the Caribbean (Congreso Regional de Lenguas Indígenas para América Latina y el Caribe) takes place September 25-27. Key Links https://www.gob.pe/institucion/cultura/campa%C3%B1as/254-congreso-regional-de-lenguas-indigenas-para-america-latina-y-el-caribe https://es.iyil2019.org/events/congreso-internacional-sobre-lenguas-indigenas @PeruPaisDigital Questions How is ‘Congreso Regional de Lenguas Indígenas para América Latina y el Caribe’ translated in the Indigenous languages …

2019 – International Year of Indigenous Languages

Photo: Tienda Ayöök, Clay Rabbits 2019 is the International Year of Indigenous Languages (Año Internacional de las Lenguas Indígenas). Hashtags: #iyil2019, #2019iyil Planeta.com will be updating relevant features that showcase successful language conservation campaigns including Dizhsa Nabani,  #UsaTuVoz , Kumoontun, and Māori Language Week / Te Wiki o te Reo Māori. Suggestions are welcome as we edit …

Indigenous Languages

Photo: Caldo de Piedra • Oaxaca, México Indigenous Languages are awesome. Mark your calendar. 2019 is the International Year of Indigenous Languages. 2019 – International Year of Indigenous Languages We are updating some popular features on Planeta.com: Languages Ayöök Vocabulary from Santa María Ocotepec (Maaxïnkojm), Oaxaca, México Mixteco de San Pedro Tidaá Māori Language Sámi …

Machu Picchu

Photo: Denisbin Peru – Machu Picchu  is a 15th-century Inca citadel situated on a mountain ridge 2,430 metres (7,970 ft) above sea level, located in the Cusco Region, Urubamba Province, Machupicchu District above the Sacred Valley, which is 80 kilometers (50 mi) northwest of Cusco. Headlines Unesco demands answers from Peru over impact of new …

September 6 is Indigenous Literacy Day

Photo September 6 is Indigenous Literacy Day in Australia. Planeta.com applauds efforts around the world to raise awareness and attention to Indigenous culture, language and to improve literacy in Indigenous communities. Hashtags: #ILD2019 and #indigenousliteracyday Indigenous Literacy Day is a national celebration of Indigenous culture, stories, language and literacy. Through activities on the day, the Indigenous Literacy Foundation …

Māori Language

Graphic New Zealand (Aotearoa) – Planeta.com spotlights the annual Māori Language Week. We are updating this page with key links, headlines and links to social web channels including Facebook and Twitter. Vocabulary is featured here. Key Links Māori Language Commission Te Taura Whiri I te Reo Māori Facebook Te Wiki o te Reo Māori Planeta.com …

Mocho’

Indigenous Peoples Wikipedia: Mochoʼ or Motozintleco is a Mayan language spoken by the Motozintleco people of Chiapas, Mexico. It is part of the western branch of Mayan languages. Mochoʼ speakers refer to their own language as qatô:k, which means ‘our language’. Mochoʼ has a dialect called Tuzantec spoken in Tuzantan, Chiapas. Facebook Difusón y mantenimiento …