This time of staying at home is a great opportunity to “work on your house chores.” Here’s how to say it in several of our Native languages:

  • Edidranh yix tonxalyaxdi dranh xelanh. (Deg Xinag)
  • Nikayih hisrut’elanh. (Dinak’i/Upper Kuskokwim)
  • Nakhwazheh googwitr’it haa geenohtii. (Dinjii Zhuh K’yaa/Gwich’in)
  • Nzhoo zhìt wëtrʼit jinjįį. (Hän)
  • Indah. (Nee’aanèegn’/Upper Tanana)

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A very special thank you to our amazing translators: Eliza Jones and Marie Yaska (Denaakk’e/Koyukon), Steven Nikolai Sr. (Dinak’i/Upper Kuskokwim), Kenneth Frank and Allan Hayton (Dinjii Zhuh K’yaa/Gwich’in), Ruth Ridley (Hän), and Polly Hyslop and Olga Lovick (Nee’aanèegn’/Upper Tanana).

Stay safe, take care of yourselves and each other, and watch for more translations coming soon!