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April 15, 2022 00:03:42
Department of Justice files statement of interest on language access and housing

Department of Justice files statement of interest on language access and housing

According to the plaintiff CNY Fair Housing, a nonprofit that advocates for tenants’ rights, an apartment complex in Syracuse refused to rent apartments to...

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April 15, 2022 00:03:59
How digitization helps preserve languages

How digitization helps preserve languages

With a significant round of grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities going toward Native American language digitization projects earlier this year, along...

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April 12, 2022 00:04:05
French education programs in Québec come under fire for racist materials

French education programs in Québec come under fire for racist materials

As Quebec’s provincial government attempts to tighten its language policy and adopt more pro-French legislation, many non-Francophones are protesting what they deem nationalistic and...

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April 12, 2022 00:06:21
How French made its mark on the English language

How French made its mark on the English language

An estimated 80,000 English words are of French origin, with expressions like “c’est la vie” or “je ne sais quoi” a common part of...

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April 08, 2022 00:04:29
Word Tips survey sheds light on Americans' interest in foreign languages

Word Tips survey sheds light on Americans' interest in foreign languages

Perhaps one of the most common negative stereotypes of the average US resident is a general ignorance of other cultures and languages distinct from...

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April 07, 2022 00:04:07
Linguistic gender bias goes further than you may expect

Linguistic gender bias goes further than you may expect

Researchers at New York University have found that the English word “people” may not be as gender-neutral as you might think.

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