With Poland emerging as an economic powerhouse, eastern Germans — who feel neglected by Berlin — are looking east for their economic future.
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Danish Husain is lifting long-forgotten languages and making a political statement.
Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.
The surprising emergence of these languages comes as the traditional ones spoken by Australia's indigenous people are rapidly dying out.
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Turkish, with its gender-neutral pronouns, encourages more inclusive thought.
The Zoroastrian population in Gujarat, India, is dwindling, but Russian academic Anton Zykov is making sure their distinctive tongue is not forgotten.
Fed up with Americans abusing the word “like”? It’s high time we made a game out of it.
From lecturing to launching a magazine written in the ancient Baybayin script, artist Kristian Kabuay is determined to save his native tongue from extinction.
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The traditional Maori proverb Ka mua, Ka muri is so relevant to our lives today.