Count Me, I'm Armenian
To overcome language barriers and other obstacles in the 2010 count, the Census Bureau boosted its hiring of staffers who work with community-based organizations in Southern California, including the first bureau employee dedicated to reaching the region's Armenians.
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Anime cartoons in Japanese are not just for Japanese-speakers. Two Indian-American college students explain why subtitles are better than voices dubbed into English.
In the kid-friendly production "Stories by Shel," Deaf West Theatre takes advantage of different aspects of stage communication to reach both hearing and deaf audience members.
Coming into contact with languages we don't speak means making mistakes, say local body artists and their patrons.
"The Exiles" combines the spontaneous with the premeditated, creating its own special language from the mouths of Native Americans in Bunker Hill. The quasi-documentary is set for DVD release in spring.