Discovering Language Podcast

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The Discovering Language Podcast features candid conversations with members of underrepresented language communities. Every month, guests bring us along on the journey to keeping their language and culture alive through teaching, music, science, and so much more. In this episode, I sat down with Elva Ambia, founder of The Quechua Collective of New York, to talk about her mission to keep Quechua thriving. Transcript is available as a PDF in the links below. Contact Do you have any questions or suggestions? Interested in being a sponsor? You can reach out at podcast@discoveringlanguage.com. Be sure to follow on social media Instagram: @discoveringlanguage Twitter: @discoveringlang Facebook: @discoveringlang Stay in the Loop From the podcast to the shop, stay updated on all things Discovering Language and sign up here! Show your support Thank you so much for tuning into the Discovering Language Podcast; I'd love if you'd spread the word! Tell your friends about it. Post about us on social media. Rent an airplane and write a message in the sky! You can also buy me a Coffee. :) Special Guest: Elva Ambia.Support Discovering Language PodcastLinks:PDF TranscriptQuechua Collective of New YorkQuechua Collective of New York on InstagramQuechua Collective of New York on FacebookGarcilaso de la Vega
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Podcast Details

Created by
Discovering Language
Podcast Status
Potentially Inactive
Started
Jun 3rd, 2019
Latest Episode
Jun 3rd, 2019
Episodes
1
Avg. Episode Length
28 minutes
Explicit
No
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