What The Navajo Elders Thought About The White Man’s Language
Wally remembers his great grandmother and her advice.
She was 6 years old when she returned from the prison camp… fort sumner. I
n the 40’s or 50’s she called about 15 of her grandchildren and great children together.
In the Hogan (Traditional Navajo Home) she counseled her grandchildren to “Learn the Language of the White Man”.
Wally also counsels today's youth to learn to read, write and comprehend.
Not only English, but The Navajo language (Diné Bizaad) as well.
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