A Move to Revival: The Muisca Practice

  • March 30, 2021     Friendly Borders Staff

Bogotá – Have you ever heard of the famous legend of El Dorado? It is a mythical city of gold that many people know ...
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Kosovo Serbs: Living in Diversity

  • March 23, 2021     Friendly Borders Staff

Pristina – Prizren, Kosovo is a multiethnic, multilingual city, with its long history and several residents from ...
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Native Americans of Washington State

  • March 02, 2021     Friendly Borders Staff

Washington – In the people’s oral history, the Yakama dwelled in the area of the Columbia Plateau, which lies ...
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An artifact, whether a Hopi urn, a Maori carving, or an Edo period woodblock print is a tangible representation of the culture which produced it. Languages, both living and intangible by nature, are even more fragile, and therefore more precious cultural artifacts. It is in the same custodial spirit that we seek to showcase and promote individual languages and the very cultures from which they sprang, without regard with political considerations that often attend questions of ethnicity.

Friendly Borders strives to promote ancient and modern cultures and languages around the world. Our small but dynamic and dedicated staff is particularly concerned about cultures that are being threatened by the inroads of modernization and could disappear  in the near future due to assimilation.

Founded in 2004, Friendly Borders has set a number of ambitious goals itself, with the aim of protecting world cultures and languages from extinction.

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