Nganampa Wangka is a show about South Australian Aboriginal languages and about what we are doing to maintain, revive and reclaim them.
There have been 45 Aboriginal languages identified in South Australia and of the 45 there are roughly 9 languages that are taught in the schools and to Aboriginal students and of the 9, 5 are either spoken fluently or semi spoken. Nganampa Wangka covers many topics on language revival and maintenance programs, National Language issues and State and Territory language programs. Nganampa Wangka also plays great music from Aboriginal artists around the nation.
Brought to you by the Mobile Language Team, University of Adelaide.
Nganampa Wangka was made possible with support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation. To support the production of content like this, donate at cbf.com.au.
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