Jack’s drive to save Kaurna language bears fruit
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An extinct Aboriginal language has been brought back from the dead thanks to a handful of dedicated people in Adelaide.
Twenty years ago not one person spoke the native Kaurna language of the Adelaide Plains with the last known fluent speaker dying in the late 1900s.
But Jack Buckskin, 25, teaches people his native language at the Living Kaurna Cultural Centre where a group is gaining TAFE...
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