Hopi Teens Worry About Loss Of Culture

Francis Hult francis.hult at utsa.edu
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Hopi Teens Worry About Loss Of Culture
December 29, 2009

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All Things Considered

29, 2009

For nearly 1,000 years, the Hopi people have lived on the same three
mesas, land now considered part of northeastern Arizona. For all that
time, they have been speaking the Hopi language, which is slowly
dying. There are many hurdles standing in the way of preserving Hopi,
including, for Hopi teens, the choice between preserving their culture
and adopting a modern lifestyle.

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