Share Your Indigenous Language in Google Earth
In August 2019, Google Earth launched an interactive audio tour of Indigenous languages around the world. The initial tour highlighted 55 Indigenous language speakers sharing how to greet people in their language along with culturally important songs, phrases and sayings. You can explore the story at https://goo.gle/indigenouslanguages.

The Google Earth team is exploring the option to expand the story with additional Indigenous languages and speakers in the future. If you would like to contribute to the project, please share your information below.

Email address *
What is your name? *
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What Indigenous language would you like to submit to the project? *
Your answer
If you are not the language speaker, what is the speaker's name?
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What city/province/country are you/the speaker from? Or where are the ancestral speakers from? *
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Are you able to record 2-3 short audio clips in your Indigenous language and provide written English transcripts? *
Please confirm that you will be able to secure permission from the language speaker for the recordings and story to be featured in Google Earth. *
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Are you able to provide written transcripts in the Indigenous language?
Is there anything specific you'd like us to know about your language?
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