Decline in the number of Nahuatl speakers in Mexico

An article in the Harvard International Review looks into the decline in the number of Nahuatl speakers in Mexico over the years.  Although still spoken by over a million people, its role is still in significant decline.

https://hir.harvard.edu/decline-of-nahuatl/

 

J. F. Schwaller

Editor H-Nahuatl

 

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