DSS has been creating Facebook apps for Digital Language Preservation also using Sound-cloud.
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Native American Organizations Call on Washington Football Team
Corporate Sponsors to Stop Harming Children
Albuquerque, NM, July 10, 2014 — Native American organizations and communities from across the country are calling on the Washington NFL team’s corporate sponsors to do…Continue
How'uh (Hello in Paiute) DSS Community,
Internet safety is always on our mind when using the internet or whether our kids are on the internet.
Here short article on internet safety.Continue
How'uh DSS Community, Please share information on your Facebook, twitter and to your friends the following information.
12,000 year old Sacred Sites Vandalized & Desecrated at Grimes Point, NV
By Myron Dewey
March 2, 14
(Tawa’aka-meaning Holes) Hidden Caves, Nevada – Late Sunday afternoon March 2, 2014 vandalism was reported to the Churchill…Continue
How'uh DSS Community,
Language Preservation today has become an easy task with inexpensive combination of iPad apps and most important your creativity.
Below are some samples of what Language Departments can use in Digital Language Preservation using iPad and a Green screen app.
1. Setting up your Digital Language Studio
Tribes and departments are looking for a project that works, keeps our youth occupied and also…Continue
Legendary Stand-Up Comedian Charlie Hill lost his battle with lymphoma on December 30, 2013. Charlie blazed many trails as the first Native American stand-up comedian to be featured on mainstream television. His first TV appearance was on the Richard Prior Show in 1972,…Continue
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