A crowdfunding campaign in West Australia’s Kimberley region has successfully raised enough funds to create a video series celebrating and teaching the regions endangered language and culture.
The Mirima Dawang Woorlab-Gerring Language and Culture Centre, in Kununurra, has been running the campaign to develop a series of short films in an effort to revive the Miriwoong language.
Miriwoong is the Indigenous language of the lands around Kununnura and is classified as critically endangered, with only a handful of fluent speakers remaining.
Marketing and communications coordinator for the centre, Matthew Keast, says the series will allow people to learn the language for free.
Check out the campaign here.
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