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Tanan Ch’at’oh is not your typical preschool. Kids who spend their days here are immersed in Gwich’in – an endangered Alaska Native language with fewer than 250 advanced speakers. Day care spaces like Tanan Ch'at'oh are called "language nests," and are used by indigenous communities around the world to save their languages. In this video, we capture a day at Tanan Ch'at'oh, and explore the crucial role of toddlers in language revival.
A year of resilience: Monitor photographers at work in 2021

A year of resilience: Monitor photographers at work in 2021

NEC Director Brian Deese at the Monitor Breakfast – April 6, 2022

NEC Director Brian Deese at the Monitor Breakfast – April 6, 2022

Every stitch tells a story: a Black quilter confronts injustice

Every stitch tells a story: a Black quilter confronts injustice

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A centuries-old artistic tradition among Black women, quilting draws new attention amid a national reckoning on race.