The overall goal of the Yoruba Language Task Force is to inject a new and unified spirit into the teaching of the Yoruba language at the post-elementary level in the U.S. The Task Force aims to bring together Yoruba ...
The Yoruba People
Background Paper Published November, 1997 The Yoruba People There are 20 million or more people who speak Yoruba as their mother tongue. Some 19 million of them live in Nigeria, but a growing diaspora are ...
Yoruba Mailing Lists
Yoruba Language Network. List Server: AINA@SFU.CA To subscribe, simply send mail to the List Server requesting subscription. Created by the web development team at the Yamada Language Center, University of ...
Yoruba Language Learning Resources
Yoruba language learning resources and links are collected here for Yoruba language teachers and learners
Language Index - Yoruba
Language Index - Yoruba: Quick Index. Sriptures. Jesus Video. Online Catalog. Home. Featured Selection. YOR-L01. He Is Risen - Rose A Goodman. 32pp. ......
African Language Reference Sources
Many general indexes, abstracts and bibliographies on Africa that are not entirely devoted to African languages but contain substantial references to languages and linguistics in their subject ...
Resources - Yoruba Language Links
[Home] [Kingdoms] [Resources] [Media] Resources Yoruba Language Resources: Yoruba Language - at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (look at the Yoruba: Companion CD-ROM and the Yoruba: Shareware fonts) Yale - 1998 Summer Cooperative African..
Links to Other Interesting Sites African Studies Association A scholarly forum for professionals, in all fields, to exchange information on Africa. Yoruba Art Yoruba Twin Figure Carvings: Article reprinted by the Milwaukee Public Museum discussing the "Thunderchildren: Yoruba Twin Figure Carvings." ...... Yoruba and Akan Art in Wood and Metal: "Cutting to the Essence" section of this site...
Why Yoruba? ¬ Your Prof ¬ Syllabi ¬ Materials ¬ Student work ¬ Gallery ¬ Links Yoruba culture on the Web African language organizations
ORISHA & YORUBA
YORUBA LINKS, RESOURCES, PUBLICATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS ... YORUBAS OF ATLANTA. Links to Orisha. Orunmila. Ewi (Poem) Orisha Greeting Cards. ISOKAN YORUBA HOME PAGE Our Mission.
The Yoruba people from Nigeria, West Africa, are one of the most traveled peoples on this planet. Their language and blood types show up almost everywhere!!!
Why Yoruba? ¬ Your Prof ¬ Syllabi ¬ Materials ¬ Student work ¬ Gallery ¬ Links Jé K'Á Sæ Yorùbá First-year language textbook
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Indiana University Language and Computer Laboratories Audio Tape Library Tapes available for listening in Ballantine Hall. Tapes produced at IU (marked with an "I" after the catalog number) are also available for purchase .
Yoruba Renaissance was recently formed to provide Yoruba Language and cultural programs for audiences ages four through adult. Programs available include educational presentations, games, and activities tailored to age level; books, video tapes, language clubs, and instructional guides; and field trips to Yoruba Land in Africa.
Languages on Africaservice.com
AfricaService is a site created to assist Africans at home and abroad by making the site your only resource center where you can get all necessary information about Africa. From National Anthem of the 54 countries in Africa to the maps.Besides an avenue is provided where all Africa government can come together and discuss events affecting their respective countries. We hope you will join us...
TO AFRICA African Web Site cont'd. African LANGUAGES: The African Continent is very rich in a diversity of languages. Most of these multiple languages are very closely tied to the very many African tribes and cultures.
Yoruba - language.com.au - Yoruba
Language.com.au offers you the best Yoruba instructional materials - Yoruba books, courses, dictionaries, and reference...
Staff-spear (Opa-Oko) Yoruba peoples, Nigeria Wood, pigment, metal The Yoruba people of Nigeria are the largest ethnic group in Africa. Their art represents the complexity of their religion, social organizations, and government.
African Language Resource Council (ALRC) A Joint project of the African Studies Center and University of Pennsylvania The ALRC aims to aid in the creation and pulblication of resources for the study of African languages; dictionaries, grammars, and texts.