Lakota speakers looking to start language-immersion day care
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) -- Tama I'atala doesn't want his children to feel as disconnected from their Lakota heritage as he does from his Samoan culture.
I'atala, who is part Lakota and lives on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, has a solution: Have his children, including his 17-month-old son, learn the language.
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