Mar
15

Manhatta, Where My Journey Back Home Began

Time

4:30pm  — 5:30pm

Location

Fort Awesome

Women’s History Month Keynote Speaker

 

Karen Mosko is from Nalahii (Munsee-Delaware Nation), Ontario, Canada. She has been learning Lunaape since 2004 and teaching predominantly  unfunded Lunaape language classes in various locations since 2005. Her goal is to revitalize what the government considers a dead language.

Lunaape language was spoken by the Lenape people that lived on the land of Purchase College. The Lenape call Manhattan Manhatta.  

 

Manhatta, Where My Journey Back Home Began

Thursday, March 15

4:30pm

Multicultural Center, Fort Awesome

 

“Our ORIGINAL languages are an important part of our identity.  All through history, different religious entities have attempted to alter our identity.  Who we are cannot be taken from us. ” Join us for a conversation about Lunaape Language revitalization with Karen Mosko. 

Contact

ceg.multicultural.center@purchase.edu