Responding To Violence In Virginia; Preserving The World's Endangered Languages

Aug 14, 2017

Coming up: We find out how researchers are working to preserve the world's most endangered languages -- including a look at locally-based efforts to expand fluency of the Mohegan language.

But first: reaction to the weekend’s news out of Charlottesville.

We check in with former Virginia residents and we also hear from you.

How do you interpret this latest incident of racism and violence? Do you worry that something similar could happen here in Connecticut? 


  • David DesRoches - Education Reporter for WNPR
  • Dr. Khalilah Brown-Dean - Associate Professor of Political Science at Quinnipiac University
  • Stephanie Fielding - Visiting Professor of Linguistics at Yale University
  • Ross Perlin - Assistant Director of the Endangered Language Alliance

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Chion Wolf contributed to this show.