Greg Anderson

Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages

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President of the Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages

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As the world prepares for another St. Patrick's Day, the traditional Irish language is appearing on green T-shirts and being mangled in pubs.

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As the world prepares for another St. Patrick's Day, the traditional Irish language is appearing on green T-shirts and being mangled in pubs.

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