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American Indian language program receives $90K grant

BY DARLA SLIPKE Published: June 10, 2011
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NORMAN — Jim Hopper worries some young members of his tribe are facing a cultural identity crisis.

They want to know what it means to be Otoe-Missouria, but they don’t understand the tribe’s native language, Hopper said.

He hopes to change...
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