Graduate focuses on language and healing

Courtesy Alicia Ibarra When Alicia Ibarra learns a new word in Kanien’kéha, she shares it with her tóta. “I know for my tóta, it hurts that she doesn’t have Kanien’kéha, so it means the world to me to be able to bring that back to her,” Ibarra said of her grandmother,

From gamer to university graduate

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