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October 30, 2017

This week's word is:

SKE:G

S-kuhg (Pronunciation)

GOOD

This week's phrase is:

S-ke:g sialim.  (O'odham language)

Good morning.  (English Language)

Brought to you by Selina Jesus, NAAF's Director of Programs and Tribal Relations!

October 23, 2017

This week's word is:

STON

S-thaw-ni (Pronunciation)

HOT

This week's phrase is:

Ston 'o g c'afe  (O'odham language)

The cup of coffee is hot.  (English Language)

Brought to you by Selina Jesus, NAAF's Director of Programs and Tribal Relations!

October 16, 2017

This week's word is:

SUK

S-hoo-k (Pronunciation)

WARM

This week's phrase is:

Acim ac et hukajid nada baso.  (O'odham language)

We warm ourselves by the fire.  (English Language)

Brought to you by Selina Jesus, NAAF's Director of Programs and Tribal Relations!

October 13, 2017

Rose is a 13 year old Tohono O'odham girl from Guvo, Arizona, where she has access to very little resources, and school is miles away. In the Tohono O'odham tribe in Southern Arizona, 50% of girls do not finish high school. 

Rose wants to be the first mem...

October 9, 2017

This week's word is:

SEPID

s-hu-peed (Pronunciation)

COLD

This week's phrase is:

O'odham jewed o ston tas oid ba sepid scuhugam ced.  (O'odham language)

The Sonoran Desert is hot in the day and cold at night.  (English Language)

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