Indigenous Peoples

Ayöök culture is in the spotlight on Planeta.com on the 2022 International Mother Language Day and the start of the International Decade of Indigenous Languages. = La cultura ayöök está en el punto de mira de Planeta.com en el Día Internacional de la Lengua Materna 2022 y el inicio de la Década Internacional de las Lenguas Indígenas.

Wikipedia: The Mixe (Spanish mixe or rarely mije [ˈmixe]) are an Indigenous people of Mexico inhabiting the eastern highlands of the state of Oaxaca. They speak the Mixe languages, which are classified in the Mixe–Zoque family, and are more culturally conservative than other indigenous groups of the region, maintaining their language to this day. A population figure of 90,000 speakers of Mixe were estimated by SIL international in 1993. The Mixe name for themselves is ayuujkjä’äy meaning “people who speak the mountain language.” The word “Mixe” itself is probably derived from the Nahuatl word for cloud: mīxt

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Anyukojmit Aaj Yakva’kxtükpa – – Collective made up of promoters who reside inside and outside the community of Totontepec whose objective is to promote actions to strengthen the Ayöök language. = Colectivo integrado por promotores que residen dentro y fuera de la comunidad de Totontepec que tienen como uno de sus objetivos promover acciones para el fortalecimiento de la lengua Ayöök
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Headlines
Ayuujk Marginalia marginal: Memoria y transcripción
Ayuujk: Las lenguas incómodas
Ayuujk: Sobre calabazas y chilacayotes. Lengua, palabras y visión del mundo

Soundcloud
kumoontun

Twitter
@kumoontun
@AyuukMarco
@Colmixe

Colectivo Mixe
colmix.org
Facebook
@colmixe

Elsewhere on the Web
giss.tv

Videos

Ayöök: The language of the mountains of Oaxaca

Ciclo Planificación lingüística comunitaria en México Experiencias desde la lengua Ayuujk (mixe)
Participan: Engracia Pérez Castro Basilio Gutiérrez Jiménez Yásnaya Elena A. Gil Julio César Gallardo Vásquez Bulmaro Juárez Sánchez

Zoom Classes

Servicos del Pueblo Mixe is livestreaming

Videos

Chiles
Chile mixe, desde tiempos prehispánicos y aplicaciones no culinarias

Embedded Tweets

Pöötsa

Wikipedia
Mixe
Mixe languages
Mixe people

Features

Foods

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