807 Crow Ave, Hardin , MT 59034
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Preserving Crow for Future Generations
We support the Crow language by developing language-learning resources, organizing teacher trainings and other community language activities.

Crow

Ítchik daluúom! It’s good you’ve come!

We are working together to build a strong Crow language.

Crow Language Consortium is a collective of Crow schools, colleges, and educators that are working to preserve Apsáalooke (the Crow language) to ensure we can pass it on to future generations. We work to support Crow learners and teachers by developing language materials such as textbooks, dictionaries, flashcards, posters and more; by providing access to apps and multimedia; and by organizing intensive teacher training and workshops. Today, we are working with many Crow speakers to certify them as teachers in best-practice teaching methodologies.

 

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Crow Language Consortium is continuously working on new projects to strengthen the Crow language.

A talk with Janine Pease, Coordinator of the Crow Summer Institute “I’m determined to see my great-granddaughter have the opportunity…

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The Crow Language Consortium is an organization dedicated to the revitalization of the Apsáalooke Language.

Our goal is to help create a new generation of Crow Language speakers through supporting schools in the teaching of Crow, establishing immersion schools, hosting summer institutes, and developing language learning materials.

We believe that together we can create a strong future for the Crow Language.

A lot of progress has been made towards our goal!
The development of a digital, print, and mobile Crow (Apsáalooke) Dictionary is on track to be released by the summer of 2021.

To support these projects, we organized the first of two Rapid Word Collections. Working with more than 60 Elder Crow speakers, they collected nearly 15,000 words in just two-weeks.

This was a tremendous success and a testament to the Crow community’s dedication to rebuilding their language.
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