• Jaya Julienne Ashmore

Decolonizing the mind through native tongue


Immersion is the one way for language to sustain itself across generations, and revitalizing the indigenous language is part of decolonizing the mind.

These are some observations of Marcus Briggs-Cloud, who has dedicated his life to revitalizing his ancestral Mashkoke tongue and the cultural identity it sustains. Inspiring life work. The painstaking dedication to freeing the mind into its native shape can also inspire all of us towards our own freedom.

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