Who Speaks Wukchumni? | Op-Docs | The New York Times

I hope you’ll enjoy this short(just 8 minutes) about a woman’s commitment to preserving her tribe’s language. Thank you to Oscar Hokeah for sharing it.

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Hello, I'm Abby Smith. I started this blog to write about the pursuit of a self-sustainable life in rural Mexico. Then my husband and I moved to Nicaragua, where we created a successful farm-to-table and in-house charcuterie program for a high-end beach resort. With mad butchery and cheese-making skills under my belt, I now return to my first love: writing, as a freelance food and travel writer.

2 thoughts on “Who Speaks Wukchumni? | Op-Docs | The New York Times

  1. Having Cherokee blood– a bit– coursing through me I only wished I had learned the language at an early age. Preserving language is so important. Great video and post

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