Gohwééh dóó Bááh łikáni (Coffee and donuts)!
This is the first of a series of four Gohwééh dóó bááh likání meetings. For one hour each month, we will get together to speak Diné bizaad. We encourage speaking Diné bizaad and support it by creating opportunities to come together and use the Navajo language. Our students are encouraged to attend and we invite any individuals interested in Navajo. The focus will be on speaking the language, being in the language rather than talking about the language. We will provide hot coffee and donuts to get our tongues going!
There are several other indigenous languages of the southwest (Zuni, Keres, Towa, etc.) and we welcome speakers of other indigenous languages to join us and speak their language.
The three other Gohwééh dóó bááh łikání gatherings will be on October 15, November 12, and December 3, 2019.