A Declaration…

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  1. edward mycue
    edward mycue November 2, 2008 at 3:14 am .

    In August 1961 along w/49 other peace corps volunteers –the first servicegroup John Fitzgerald Kennedy sent abroad–I went to Ghana. An English speaking country in West Africa, but one with several language groups. I never recovered from that explosion. <BR/>How lucky to be alive in such a welcoming world. Then. We can reclaim that world and that hope today. Edward Mycue

  2. brian salchert
    brian salchert July 4, 2008 at 6:18 pm .

    I’ll admit, although I have long <BR/>known other languages are valuable<BR/>in ways English isn’t, I never <BR/>thought seriously about what the<BR/>loss of a language might mean until<BR/>I encountered a post by Nicholas<BR/>Manning several months ago.<BR/><BR/>There’s an organization in London<BR/>whose mission is the saving of<BR/>the world’s languages, and that<BR/>organization is seeking

  3. William Michaelian
    William Michaelian June 30, 2008 at 8:19 pm .

    Thanks for posting this. I <A HREF="http://recently-banned-literature.blogspot.com/&quot; REL="nofollow">linked</A> to your blog recently and this entry is another reason I’m glad I did.

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