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Globalization: Good for Business, Bad for Linguistic Diversity

As One Language Nears Extinction, the Struggle to Preserve Other Native Languages Continues Gyani Maiyi Sen, a seventy-five-year-old woman, sits in Nepal as the only fluent speaker of Kusunda in the world. Sorry guys—GM Voices is known for its huge … Continue reading

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