Mark Araujo-Levinson

language preservation specialist with the Morongo Cultural Heritage Department; student at Cal State San Bernardino

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The language of the Serrano tribe native to the San Bernardino Mountains almost went extinct.

How Indigenous Californians are preventing native languages from dying

The language of the Serrano tribe native to the San Bernardino Mountains almost went extinct.

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