What happens when your language is in critical danger of dying out? This is true for the majority of Indigenous tribal languages in the United States. Meet Ofelia Zepeda, a UA linguistics professor who has spent her life’s work preserving the Tohono O’odham language. She, along with two parents, share their efforts to preserve this important heritage for future generations.
Videographer/Editor: John DeSoto
Additional music by Ivan Burrell and Antoinette Encinas with the Mission San Xavier del Bac