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If you want more information on the history of Chinook Jargon, here are some resources.

https://chinookjargon.com/

https://cascadiabioregion.org/department-of-bioregion/the-sound-of-the-chinook-jargon-language-numbers-greetings-amp-story

The fight for the rights of the Indigenous peoples of Canada is ongoing. It’s always better to support local grassroots initiatives when it comes to your time and money. Consider donating to these local causes to continue help fight the good fight.

Raven Trust. Raven takes on fundraising for groundbreaking challenges in partnership with Indigenous Nations.

Unis’tot’en. A protest camp and Indigenous healing centre in Northern BC.

Tiny House Warriors. The movement for reestablishing village sites and asserting Indigenous rights on unceded lands.

National Center for Truth and Reconciliation. A safe and secure space for Indigenous histories and other materials for Indigenous Communities.

Downtown Eastside Women’s Center. A safe place for the women and children of downtown east side Vancouver, open 24/7.

Aboriginal Coalition to End Homelessness Society. The Aboriginal Coalition to End Homelessness Society (ACEH) is a non-profit and registered charitable organization whose sole focus is to support Indigenous peoples experiencing homelessness.