Rising Voices featured in article by Harvard Review of Latin America

The map shows the current distribution of the Quechuan languages in South America. The areas highlighted can be found in the countries of Bolivia, Colombia, Chile and Argentina, Ecuador and Peru.

Map of the current distribution of the Quechuan languages. Source: Noahedits on Wikipedia. Copyright: CC BY-SA 4.0.

Rising Voices’ Activismo Lenguas initiative was featured in an article by ReVista (the Harvard Review of Latin America), an online magazine that focuses “on different themes related to Latin America”. The article thematises Quechua language activism as a platform to amplify the voices of Quechua language digital activists.

Rising Voices is, among a list of others, mentioned as follows:

The non-profit Rising Voices, a pioneer in amplifying Indigenous language communities on digital platforms, runs the rotating Twitter account “Activismo Lenguas,” featuring diverse Indigenous-language activists.

The full ReVista article is available here in English and Spanish.

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