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Migrant remittance to Mexico and the dying languages of the world

As more Mexican immigrants make successful lives for themselves in the United States, the influx of money back to small communities in Mexico is at a record high. We talk about the effect this has had on rural Mexican life. We also discuss languages with very few living speakers, which might disappear in the next 100 years. PHOTO: Casa Michoacan in Pilsen is often visited by Mexicans planing their remittance projects. (Google Earth)

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