Media Links


See the Boston Globe article about Language Project Student Doug Pocknett, Jr. giving a blessing to his graduating class in

Wôpanâak. 


Read the November 2012 article in Yankee Magazine about the Wôpanâak Language Reclamation Project.


Read about times and dates for showing of documentary, Âs Nutayuneân—We Still Live Here, about the Wôpanâak Language Reclamation Project.


Learn more about other language revitalization efforts at Our Mother Tongues, a partner website developed by Cultural Survival    and Makepeace Productions.


Read about Jessie 'little doe' Baird's journey of Language Reclamation.


Article about other language reclamation efforts.


Read the February 2014 Indian Country Today article "Sleeping Language Waking Up."


Read the September 2015 Cape Cod Life article "Wampanoag are Reviving a Long-Lost Language."


Read the November 2015 Press Release about the Language Project's plans to launch a Montessori Preschool in Fall 2016.


Read the Press Release about the Language Project's position on National Geographic's "Thanksgiving" story Saints and Strangers.


Public Radio International came for a visit and interviewed the Wôpanâak Language Reclamation Project's teachers and students, December 2016.  Read their article and listen to their story here.


Read the Boston Globe Article entitled "How to Revive Massachusetts' First Language" published on March 26, 2017.


​Mukayuhsak Weekuw Language Nest Teaching Team is One of Four Featured model programs at the Administration for Native Americans'  (ANA) Language Grantees Summit held in Albuquerque, NM, November 2017.   Watch the featured video.


Read About or Listen To the WCAI Segment about Mashpee High School's First Ever Native American Language Class, January 2018 


Jessie "little doe" wins MacArthur Foundation Genius Award! Watch the video from the MacArthur Foundation.

Wôpanâak Language Reclamation Project