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Google Goes Tribal

Google added Cherokee as Gmail’s 57th supported language. Users can now utilise all aspects of Google’s online services in the Cherokee language. This marks a milestone in indigenous languages as it is the first time Google adds a tribal language to its list. This is great for young people who speak Cherokee and for the preservation of the language in general.


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