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Ann M. Simmons

Ann M. Simmons is a former global development writer/editor on the foreign desk of the Los Angeles Times; she left in 2018. Previously she served as a video and multimedia journalist, a metro reporter and national and foreign correspondent. She has been based in Russia, Kenya and South Africa and has reported from Iraq and several other countries across the globe. A Brit, Simmons holds a double honors bachelor’s degree in Russian and Norwegian from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England, and a master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School Journalism. She was a Nieman fellow at Harvard in 2003.
Cientos de idiomas están en peligro de extinción, pero un nuevo proyecto de audio intenta preservar sus sonidos

Cada idioma refleja una visión única del mundo, con sus propios sistemas de valores, filosofías y características culturales particulares.

Hundreds of languages are in danger of vanishing. A new audio project aims to preserve the sound of some of them

In an effort to save the sounds of these vanishing tongues, researchers have launched an audio project to capture the tone and rhythm of some of them through uttering one phrase — "a different language is a different vision of life."

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