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Arlington Star Telegram Reports on the Breath of Life Program.
The program is "a joint effort by experts from the University of Texas at Arlington and the University of Oklahoma -- in which linguists mentor American Indians so they can better recover endangered languages."
According to the article, members of the Osage, Otoe and Natchez communities took part in the first workshop.
The project is modelled after a project of the same name at Berkeley