“LEP” is a staple term in government, the language industry, and, until recently, education. But it’s outdated, and people who speak a language other than English deserve something better.
Learn about 3 New Year’s celebrations from around the world! We’ll teach you how to say “Happy New Year!” in each country, too.
More than 350 languages are spoken across the U.S. Do you know which languages are driving an increased demand for interpreters? Find out here!
Libraries are a safe haven for everyone, especially underserved populations. Anyone can learn, meet, or just enjoy a quiet, safe place. Art happened upon one shortly after immigrating to the States, and it changed his life. Read how.
Language has everything to do with the way we experience and interact with the world. These language activists are helping to preserve language and culture.
Take a little journey with us through the Horn of Africa, Guatemala, and Northern Mexico, exploring the origins of our newest languages.
African-American Vernacular English is a dialect spoken by many Black Americans. Commonly known today as Black English, it has its own grammatical structure, usage, and pronunciation rules.
Around the globe, different countries and cultures have their own way of recognizing and celebrating death during the fall holidays.
The history of language interpreting hasn’t been explored in depth, but what we do know is clear: Interpreters have played a vital role throughout history.
For the millions of U.S. voters with limited English proficiency, language barriers can present a big challenge. Multilingual materials and language access plans are key to making the election accessible for everyone.
Languages such as Juda Arabic, Zapotec, and Kissi are common enough to be included in CLI’s language list. Learn more about these less common dialects.
The complex subject of language access can raise a lot of questions from your staff. Find out how to answer some common questions with confidence.