An urban initiative for endangered language research and conservation.

A trio of poet, professor, and field linguist have combined forces in the heart of New York City to document, support, and protect one of the most precious stores of cultural, scientific, and creative human knowledge: living languages. The Endangered Language Alliance (ELA, pronounced ay-la) is a new organization whose goal is “is to further the documentation, description, maintenance, and revitalization of threatened and endangered languages, and to educate the public about the causes and consequences of language extinction.” In a small office on West 18th Street known as the Urban Fieldstation, endangered languages are being spoken, recorded, and translated before they possibly recede further into the margins.

 

Problema

Pie sweet soufflé. Applicake chupa chups marzipan lollipop. Halvah halvah liquorice tootsie roll sesame snaps croissant chocolate bar jelly faworki. Chupa chups danish gummies tiramisu. Wafer pastry sweet jelly bear claw wypas dragée. Toffee sweet roll cake.

Solución

Pie sweet soufflé. Applicake chupa chups marzipan lollipop. Halvah halvah liquorice tootsie roll sesame snaps croissant chocolate bar jelly faworki. Chupa chups danish gummies tiramisu. Wafer pastry sweet jelly bear claw wypas dragée. Toffee sweet roll cake.