WCU faculty assist with Cherokee language documentary

“It’s not only about Cherokee,” said filmmaker Neal Hutcheson. “It’s about what language means to people, and it means more than communicating. Cultural nuances that have to do with your entire disposition toward the world, the natural environment and other people are part of language, and when you lose a language, you lose a dimension. You lose a window into our common humanity, and it doesn’t matter what language you are talking about.”
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