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Largest Native American Dictionary, New Lakota Dictionary, Unveiled – Indian Gaming
The Lakota Language Consortium (LLC) has released the New Lakota Dictionary and an accompanying free app that enables Lakota speakers of all ages to hear the language...
Mobile App to Preserve Lakota Language for Future Generations – Government Technology
Looking to bring cultural tradition to a new generation through technology, a Native American nonprofit that works to preserve the language and culture of its people released...
Debut Of Largest Native American Dictionary: New Lakota Dictionary And App Bridge Gap Between Generations To Keep Lakota Language, Culture Alive
The Lakota Language Consortium (LLC), a nonprofit dedicated to the preservation of Lakota language and...
New Lakota Dictionary contains over 20,000 new entries – SDPB
The Lakota Language consortium is debuting a new edition of its New Lakota Dictionary. This third edition contains 20,000 more entries than its predecessor.
Preserving Lakȟótiyapi: Consortium unveils updated Lakota dictionary – Rapid City Journal
A goal of connecting Lakota youth to the cultural ties of language took a giant step forward Thursday with the unveiling of an updated version of the New Lakota...
Lakota Language Consortium updates dictionary – KEVN
The Lakota Language Consortium has launched their 3rd edition of the Lakota language dictionary with 21,000 more undocumented entries compared to the first edition.
“Another step in the right direction”: Lakota Language Consortium release third edition of the New Lakota Dictionary – NewsCenter1
The Lakota Language Consortium (LLC) released the third edition of the New Lakota Dictionary Thursday at Prairie...
‘Keep that fire going:’ Nonprofit aims to preserve Lakota language and culture – Denver7
November is Native American Heritage Month, and the first weekend of the month coincided with a class in Denver aimed at preserving and protecting the Lakota language.