Stories about Rising Voices from September, 2017
Native Stereotypes, Beware: Indigenous Comic Con in the US Is Nearly Here
"We got superheroes, we got soldiers, we got everybody...It is showing across the spectrum, rather than just a historicized view, of essentially, what boils down to cowboys and Indians."
Indigenous Rappers from Brazil Are Using the Internet to Bring Their Message to the Masses
“I speak the truth, I don't want to be like you/I sing about various issues and with that I am showing/That indigenous voices are the voices of today.”
Automatic Speech Recognition Project Seeks to Revitalize the Quechua Languages
Can you imagine computers, smartphones and robots that speak Quechua? A Peruvian engineer’s work aims to do just that.
The Stories Behind DACA, the Now-Ended Program for Young Undocumented Immigrants in the US
"The term American should not be defined by a document or the lack of one, but more so the willingness to contribute to the country and help others out..."