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A loss for words 

Nkwusm instructors Stephen Small Salmon and Jesse Nenemay have devoted themselves to reviving the Salish language on the Flathead Indian Reservation. Yet in the 12 years since Nwusm opened its doors, the number of fluent speakers has continued to decline.

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