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Libraries, since their inception, have had a long standing tradition of supporting communities through access to education, resources, and opportunities for community betterment. More than simply a nice-to-have, public..
Since the 7th century BC when ancient Assyrians pored over rows of clay tablets in the Library of Ashurbanipal, public libraries have been an integral part of local communities around the world. So integral, in fact, that..
Γειά σου \’ya soo\ | Greek | 'Hello' | Literally; ‘Health to you’
Many of us have been faced with a (temporary) new way of life as communities around the world take measures to stop the spread of COVID-19. For some, that..
Let’s face it, times are tough right now. For those lucky enough to be safe, healthy, and working from home, the newly acquired job flexibility probably doesn’t taste as sweet as it did a few months ago when ‘work from home’..
At Mango, we have confidence in our methodology. With insights from the latest research in Second Language Acquisition, our courses are designed to effectively teach learners to start (and continue) the conversation in over 70..
Born and raised in Mexico, Carlos Covarrubias loves sharing the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures with his students — he only wishes that he had more time to do so.
An effective way to master a language is through total immersion by studying or living abroad. Not only that, studying abroad will boost your resume. Interested in becoming an international student? Find some inspiration with..
Winter brings shorter days and colder weather, making it the perfect season for all things cozy — hearty meals, soft blankets, candle-lit evenings, hot cocoa, and gatherings with loved ones near a warm fire. These winter..
We’re excited to release the first chapter of lessons for a brand new Indigenous language course, developed in partnership with the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. Get ready to start the conversation in Potawatomi.
The United Nations General Assembly has proclaimed 2019 as the “International Year of Indigenous Languages,” or IYIL, to raise awareness for the world’s disappearing Indigenous languages. But what are Indigenous languages, and..
Easier access to the languages you’re currently studying and to the learning stats that reflect all of your hard work — this is an app update you’ll want to see.
Do we even need to explain the undeniable link between music and culture? From the familiar sounds of our past, to catching a glimpse of someone else’s history through heritage dance — music speaks to something more than just..
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