Dying Himalayan Language Seke Flowers in New York
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The Seke language is one of the United Nation's "vulnerable" languages, spoken by barely 500 people, in northern Nepal. In recent years it has found an unlikely place to thrive; Brooklyn, New York. 2019 Wall Scholar and Wall Solutions grant recipient Mark Turin, was asked about this unlikely setting for a Seke revival. Dr. Turin spoke to the advantages of the relocation and the youth engagement with the language and its cultural significance.