|Project Quechua: NUNA Project |
“When we lose our language, we lose our essence. Who we are is our language.
Indigenous languages of the world really are living languages, they come from an oral tradition. We develop the brain so that we can remember everything about natural law, the natural universe, and everything within, and also, how to live. And it’s all in our languages.”
—Russell Means, 2011 (Language Lost)