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Sunday November 29, 2015

Young Lakota language students sing to President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama in June 2014. Photo by Desiree Condon
A few simple changes in federal law will go a long way toward preserving Native languages, tribal leaders and educators said at a hearing on Capitol Hill.
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