October 14, 2023 / Modified nov 22, 2023 2:57 p.m.

Preview Screening of Native America: Language is Life

AZPM hosted a free public screening and panel discussion of the second season of the acclaimed PBS series, Native America.

native america screening panel Tom McNamara, host of Arizona Illustrated introduces panelists Dr. Aresta Tsosie-Paddock, Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of Arizona; Wilson de Lima Silva, Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of Arizona; Sheilah Nicholas, Professor, Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies at the University of Arizona; and Mosiah Salazar Bluecloud, Graduate Studies Linguistics, and German Studies at the University of Arizona.
Ahmaad Lomax

AZPM hosted a public preview and panel discussion of "Native America: Language is Life" the second season of the acclaimed PBS series that first premiered in 2022. Language is Life showcases the beauty of Native American communication, and how their voices continue to shape 15,000 years of world changing history.

This free screening took place at the University of Arizona ENR2 building on Saturday, October 14.

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