You Can Speak 300 Languages on This NYC Street
CALEC Bulletin #56 - On Roosevelt Avenue in NYC, an incredible 300+ languages are spoken, making Queens aptly known as “The World’s Borough” and creating a global impact.
In the News
Vickie Frémont began to write The Hummingbird Project (Le projet Colibri in French) at the beginning of the pandemic, to document her work as an artist-educator implementing workshops on creating artworks with recycled products.
Online Book Talk - Tuesday, June 7
The next Rendez-vous de l'Alliance will be online with the Louisiana-based contributors to the new book French All Around Us with editors Kathleen Stein-Smith and Fabrice Jaumont. This event will be in English and free to the public.
Franglais Soup e is a gently illustrated rhyming abecedarian book in English and French. By using words that sound the same and have the same meaning, “new” language acquisition seems effortless, and the listener/reader can hear and develop new vocabulary with visual aids or build on an existing core.
Podcast Révolution bilingue
En route pour le congrès et les sphères du pouvoir à Washington DC pour cet épisode du podcast Révolution bilingue avec Bill Rivers, lobbyiste qui s'efforce de défendre les langues auprès des législateurs américains.
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