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.

As a language, Zapotec is a group of languages spoken principally in Oaxaca, and also parts of Veracruz and Puebla. There has been a migration of Zapotec-speakers now living in Mexico City and also parts of the USA (particularly California).

Headlines
Relato de un zapoteco en proceso de aculturación – Ignacio Reyes Ruiz
Zapotec Talking Dictionary – Swarthmore
TuxTyping dedizh diiste / TuxTyping en Zapoteco
Los Angeles immigrant community pushes to keep Zapotec language alive

Studies
Indigenous Voices in Pedagogical Materials: Zapotec Number Systems and Indigenous Epistemologies, Post 2
Zapotecan Languages – Oxford

Elsewhere on the Web
Felipe H. Lopez@DizhSa
Ticha
zapotecinoaxaca.weebly.comzapotecinoaxaca.weebly.com
talkingdictionary.swarthmore.edu
mexico.sil.org

Facebook
Dixha Xhon Dixha Ban
Voces del Valle

BnZunni
BnZunni
@BnZunni

Bëni Xidza
Bëni Xidza
@ZapotecoXidza
Donations via PayPal

Janet Chávez Santiago: The Teotitlán del Valle Talking Dictionary
@JanChvzSanti

Twitter
@BnZunni
@DizhSa
@JanChvzSanti
@ZapotecoXidza
@xochizin
@la_na_angel
@TichaProject
@ZapotecoXidza

Embedded Tweets

Spotlight

Dizhsa Nabani

#UsaTuVoz

Towns

San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya

Teotitlán del Valle

Planeta.com

Oaxaca

Oaxaca Links

México

Guelaguetza

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International Decade of Indigenous Languages

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