Passamaquoddy language thrives with educators’ support

by Lura Jackson

Barely more than a generation ago, the Passamaquoddy language was threatened with extinction as a result of restrictive policies that forbade its usage. That fact stands in sharp contrast with the support and energy surrounding today’s efforts to promote and preserve the language, something in full evidence at an educator’s workshop held at the Wabanaki Cultural Center in Calais last month. 

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