Ayöök Vocabulary from Santa María Ocotepec (Maaxïnkojm), Oaxaca, México

Photo: Ceramic Cup Here are key Ayöök (Mixe) words and phrases used in Santa María Ocotepec (Maaxïnkojm) and translated in Spanish and English. If you have not started to learn Ayöök, 2019 is a great time to start as this is the International Year of Indigenous Languages. Planeta.com is celebrating the year by updating guides …

Zapotec

Indigenous Peoples: Zapotec Zapotecs are an Indigenous group in Oaxaca with an incredible breadth and depth of culture. There are about 100 variations of the language. This page feature working notes on Zapotec culture, including language, traditional dance and food. Spotlight Dizhsa Nabani Headlines http://bulletin.swarthmore.edu/spring-2017-issue-iii-volume-cxiv/zapotec-talking-dictionary TuxTyping dedizh diiste / TuxTyping en Zapoteco http://www.pri.org/stories/politics-society/los-angeles-immigrant-community-pushes-to-keep-zapotec-language-alive-14648.html http://linguistics.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780199384655.001.0001/acrefore-9780199384655-e-73 Elsewhere on the Web …

Australia Aboriginal Music

Poster Making us curious about Indigenous music from around the world and from Aboriginal Australia in particular. Recent thread from @IndigenousX (Claire Coleman @clairegcoleman) I've had an idea. I know more than many about Indigenous Music, Pop, rock, reggae, country, "classical". Of all my interests it is the only one I don't write on. In …

Sámi National Day

Sámi Flag Sámi National Day is February 6, which commemorates the first Sámi congress in 1917. Sámi is used to name the Lappish people, the indigenous population of Sápmi (northern Norway, Sweden, Finland and Kola peninsula in Russia). Headlines Why Sweden marks Sami National Day International Saami Day celebrated – Euronews In Honour of International …

Cherokee

Indigenous Peoples The Cherokee are a Native American people, originally from the Southeastern United States (principally Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina). Currently there are three federally recognized Cherokee tribes: the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina, the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, and the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians, also in …

Cayuga

Indigenous Peoples Embedded Tweets Today is National Kindness Day!! Today in translation we have 'is he a kind person?' ═══════════We hope you have a good day! pic.twitter.com/QHZkpGNqan — Six Nations Tourism (@sntourism) February 18, 2019 Wikipedia Cayuga_people Planeta.com Indigenous

International Year of Indigenous Languages Launch

Poster February 1 the United Nations celebrated the launch of the International Year of Indigenous Languages. Videos http://webtv.un.org/live-now/watch/general-assembly-high-level-plenary-meeting-for-the-global-launch-of-the-international-year-of-indigenous-languages/5970440811001 02:48:19 English 1 Feb 2019 General Assembly: High-level plenary meeting for the global launch of the International Year of Indigenous Languages The event marks the beginning of the International Year of Indigenous Languages and will offer an …

Indigenous Tourism

Poster Indigenous Tourism = Questions What resources are available to traditional and Indigenous peoples keen on offering travel and tourism services? How can visitors determine the degree the traditional or Indigenous people design and benefit from tourism? Facebook Indigenous Tourism Planeta.com Tourism Definitions Ethnotourism Indigenous Indigenous Peoples Week Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award 2019 …

Sioux

Indigenous Peoples Sioux = Native American and First Nations people in North America. The term can refer to any ethnic group within the Great Sioux Nation or any of the nation’s many language dialects. – Wikipedia Elsewhere on the Web http://standingrocktourism.com http://sioux-chef.com Quotes We will be known forever by the tracks we leave. – Dakota …

Hualapai

Photo: Richard Martin, Reservation The Hualapai or Walapai are a tribe of Native Americans who live in the mountains of northwestern Arizona.The name is derived from “hwa:l” the Hualapai word for ponderosa pine, thus “Hualapai” means “people of the ponderosa pine.” Their traditional territory is a 108-mile (174 km) stretch along the pine-clad southern side …