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 “Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with shades of deeper meaning”

Words by Maya Angelou


 “Africa’s multilingualism and cultural diversity is an asset that must, at long last, be put to use.”

Words by UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

Why study Sub-Saharan African Languages?

✦  According to the 2011 US Census, 884,660 individuals aged five or older already speak a language originating in Africa.

✦  Americans would benefit from learning African languages since the US is the second biggest investor in African economies. Hence the commercial value of learning an African language is on the rise.

✦  Since 1970, the  African immigrant population  has been on a steady rise in the US. Knowledge of these languages would enhance US government service-delivery and encourage further economic growth to their native communities.

 

 


 

Learn an African Language from Anywhere 

[European] Language[s] and literature were taking us further and further from ourselves to other selves, from our world to other worlds...
~Ngugi wa Thiong'o

Ulimi Online is answering the call for the rediscovery and the resumption of [African languages].

 

 

 

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