Sharing the Ute language

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Southern Ute elder Lynda D’Wolf hosting her Friday class on Ute language. D’Wolf is an advocate for preserving her Tribe’s language and has not only taught language programs over the years, but she has created CDs and smartphone apps to help engage the younger generation with the Ute words and their pronunciation.
Southern Ute elder, Ramona Eagle (right) and Judge Scott Moore brush up on their Ute phrases during last Friday’s class, Jan. 24. The Ute Language Classes are held in the Leonard C. Burch building every Friday in the Chief Ignacio Room from Noon-1p.m. Employees, tribal members and the community are welcome to attend.
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
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