A mid-career pivot helped Jessie Little Doe Baird reclaim a language | Women of the Century

A mid-career pivot helped Jessie Little Doe Baird reclaim a language | Women of the Century 1

 

Jessie Little Doe Baird, a Genius grant recipient who revitalized her tribe's language after no one had spoken it for 150 years, shares a story about how one’s vision and life’s passion can lead to healing and hope for others, and a feeling of gratitude.
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1 Comment on "A mid-career pivot helped Jessie Little Doe Baird reclaim a language | Women of the Century"

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