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The Dena'ina Qenaga website endorses the guidelines for Respecting Cultural Heritage, as set forward by the Assembly of Alaska Native Educators. In particular,

Assembly of Alaska Native Educators

"Linguists can help strengthen heritage languages through ... assist[ing] in the conservation and preservation of heritage language materials, including appropriate media and storage facilities."

"Researchers may increase their cultural responsiveness through ... ensur[ing] controlled access for sensitive cultural information..."

See Assembly of Alaska Native Educators. (2001) Guidelines for Respecting Cultural Heritage. Fairbanks: Alaska Native Knowledge Network. [Full text may be downloaded from www.ankn.uaf.edu]



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