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The Economist: Tongue tried

Jonathan Beckman, deputy editor of 1843 magazine, writes about his experience of learning the nearly extinct Ainu language via the Tribalingual platform – “an admirable project keeping endangered ones alive online.” The startup, founded by Inky Gibbens, seeks to save…

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Smithsonian: Want to learn Cherokee? This startup is teaching endangered languages

Inky Gibbens, founder and CEO of Tribalingual startup, talks about her venture and why it’s important to save endangered languages. “When languages die we lose an incredible opportunity to learn about our collective human psyche. This is because languages aren’t…

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Fast Company: Tribalingual

Inky Gibbens, founder and CEO of Tribalingual startup, talks about her venture and why it’s important to save endangered languages. Tribalingual seeks to save endangered languages from extinction by encouraging new people to learn them. “I wanted to do something…

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The Times: Dying languages given new lease of life online

An interview with Inky Gibbens, founder and CEO of Tribalingual startup. The startup seeks to save endangered languages from extinction by encouraging new people to learn them. Inky says the inspiration for the company came from the fact that her…

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Cambridge TV: Tribalingual

Inky Gibbens, founder of Tribalingual startup, talks about endangered languages and how we could save them. Inky aims to save endangered languages from extinction by encouraging new people to learn them. Tribalingual is supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme,…

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Venturing forth: Language rescue

An entrepreneur enrolled in the Cambridge Social Ventures programme, part of the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge, seeks to save endangered languages from extinction by encouraging new people to learn them. It's a bit of a mystery where…

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