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DigiGlot Newsletter: App links refugees with volunteer translators

The DigiGlot Newsletter is a bi-weekly collaborative newsletter that reports on how indigenous, minority, and endangered language communities are adopting and adapting technology to increase the digital presence of their languages, and in the process changing the internet landscape by increasing linguistic diversity online.

Meet Kimeltuwe, the hosts of @ActLenguas Twitter account for February 11-17, 2019

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Meet Irma Alvarez Ccoscco, the host of @ActLenguas Twitter account for February 4-10, 2019

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Elmo Bautista and his late father Espíritu Bautista digitally record words in the Yanesha language of Peru during a workshop organized by the Living Tongues Institu

A year-long rotating Twitter campaign will share the voices of 50 indigenous language digital activists

Illustration mashup created by Eddie Avila, utilizing the bird icon by Sara Novovitch, ES at the Noun Project, the voluta by Jer Clarke, and the Word It Out word cloud

Creating Memes in the Guernésiais Language to Join the “Big Friendly Family of Tiny Languages”

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