On Biocultural Diversity: Terralingua at 25

It’s hard to believe that it’s been twenty-five years since Terralingua was founded in 1996, with a mission to sustain biocultural diversity through research, awareness raising, and practice! As we celebrate this milestone, it’s a good time to step back and reflect on our path so far and what lies ahead. A quarter of a

During a Pandemic, Indigenous Voices Matter More Than Ever

Photo by Cristina Mittermeier

In late February, when we launched the theme for the upcoming issue of Langscape Magazine, “The Other Extinction Rebellion: Countering the Loss of Biocultural Diversity,” the coronavirus still was but a remote threat for most people. Just a few weeks later, much of the world is in lockdown and social, economic, and educational activities are disrupted

Call for Contributions to Langscape Magazine, Vol. 9

The Other Extinction Rebellion: Countering the Loss of Biocultural Diversity Terralingua has just announced a third Call for Contributions for Langscape Magazine! The theme is “The Other Extinction Rebellion: Countering the Loss of Biocultural Diversity.” We’re inviting contributions in one of five formats: written story, photo essay, video, poetry, and artwork. Keep this in mind: We want contributions

Just released! Langscape Magazine, Volume 8

Khadry Okotetto is performing by Galya Morrell

Re-Storying Biocultural Diversity: Wisdom from Young Indigenous Leaders In 2019, Terralingua started a special initiative, the Indigenous Youth Storytellers Circle (IYSC). The aim of the IYSC was to provide a venue in which young Indigenous people could share their gift of stories. An official project affiliated with the UN’s International Year of Indigenous Languages (IYIL

The Indigenous Youth Storytellers Circle: Share Your Story with the World!

Indigenous Youth Storytellers Circle

Official Project of Terralingua and the United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages An Invitation to Young Indigenous People Ages 18–30   All across the world, young Indigenous people like you are taking the lead in showing ways to live respectfully on Earth. Your languages, your cultures, and your homelands bear the wisdom of generations