Only seven people in the world speak this Kenyan tribe’s language—and now they are trying to save it — Quartz

The Yaaku tribe, of Kenya’s Rift Valley, number only around 4,000 people. And only seven people, all over the age of 70, can speak the tribe’s native language, Yakunte, fluently. As the number of Yakunte speakers has dwindled, various efforts have been made to save the language. Yakunte speakers and a Dutch researcher wrote a…

via Only seven people in the world speak this Kenyan tribe’s language—and now they are trying to save it — Quartz

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