Australia has the world record of linguicide, according to experts on the topic. But different communities across South Australia join forces to reclaim the Barngarla language lost and to revive it through workshops offered by the University of Adelaide in Port Augusta.

More than 90 per cent of the Indigenous languages were forced to hibernate. Now, more challenges come ahead when integrating modern concepts to a hibernated language.

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