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NORTHWEST PROFILES

APRIL 2011

  • Aired: 04/28/2011
  • 25:41
  • Rating: TV-G
See how the Kalispel Tribe of Indians are bringing back the Salish language from the brink of extinction. For two decades young Japanese women have been attending Mukagawa Fort Wright Institute in Spokane, forging deep bonds between students and host families. And watch young audiences delight in the antics of Penny Walter's puppets.
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Speaking Salish, Japanese students in Spokane, and fun with puppets!
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