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Learn more about Adebayo Adegbemb, the host of @DigiAfricanLang Twitter account during April 24-30, 2019. He'll be sharing his perspectives on the Yoruba language in a social media campaign focusing on linguistic diversity online in Africa. → Read More
“Let’s paddle one canoe to get to where we want to go," says Pewi Alfred, a Kwak̓wala language teacher and promoter of the Mother Language Meme Challenge. → Read More
In addition to leading a language learning program, Geoff Anderson is taking part in the Mother Language Meme Challenge creating memes in the Wiradjuri language of Australia. → Read More
In West Africa, members of the the Peeral Media Network have been promoting the Fulfulde language through a number of platforms and tools like memes for the #MemeML Challenge. → Read More
It began with a #TweetYoruba campaign a few years ago, and now Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún and the Yoruba Name project are creating memes in the Yoruba language. → Read More
Susan Gehr has been working with her son to help her create memes in the Karuk language as part of the Mother Language Meme Challenge. → Read More
From France, Pierre-Marie Chevreux is taking part in the Mother Language Meme Challenge creating memes in the Berrichon-Bourbonnais language. → Read More