‘A’-t’i’ Xwee-ghayt-nish (Still, We Live On)

DIRECTOR(S):
Dave Jannetta
SYNOPSIS:

With their language facing extinction, the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation in Northern California is working against time to save it. Loren Me’-lash-ne Bommelyn, the last remaining fluent speaker, leads the efforts to revitalize the language and culture with support from fellow Elders, knowledge keepers, ancestors, and tribal members.

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