*Special Feature* Wômpanâak: Resurrection of a Language.



Wampanoag mother and son at Mashpee Pow Wow (Photo by Trisha Barry from the documentary film "We Still Live Here" )




Listen here to a special feature on a historic cultural and linguistic movement unfolding in our backyards: The Wômpanâak  Language Reclamation Project.



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(Photo by Trisha Barry from the documentary film “We Still Live Here” by Anne Makepeace Find out more about the film here, and about the Wômpanâak Language Reclamation Project here. )


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About Katherine Perry

Katherine Perry, a graduate of Duxbury High School and The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, has really made her mark since her arrival at WATD. She is the daughter of the owner, Ed Perry, but that doesn't stop Katherine from consistently nailing out a solid news cast. She also works as a reporter, and specializes in in-depth features.