Radio Broadcast from NYC in Kichwa, attempt to save language

Posted on September 2, 2014 • Filed under: Latin America Indigenous Issues, United States reported and so began the inaugural broadcast of “Kichwa Hatari,” perhaps the only radio program in the United States conducted in Kichwa, an Ecuadorean variant of Quechua, an indigenous South American language spoken mainly in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru. Despite its humble source, the show’s principle objective is anything but modest: to save a fading language. Read Article

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