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Indigenous Language Interpreters Unite to Fill Gaps

Summary by Ground News
As many as half of the estimated 60,000 Marshallese speakers in the world live in the U.S. Some states are beginning to pay more attention to access to interpreters for such languages. Unlike more widely spoken languages, many Indigenous languages do not have formal certifications in proficiency.

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