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Africa is the second largest continent in the world. It is very diverse, with a wide variety of land, climate changes, and wildlife. Africa is the most populated continent, with 1,022,234,000 people. African languages are varied with more than 1,000 languages spoken across the continent.

Africa, being the second largest continent, is populated with approximately people. it exemplifies diversity with a big variety of land, climate changes, and wildlife. The multiple African regions are shown on this map.

Promoting linguistic and cultural diversity, UNESCO's International Mother Language Day is celebrating its 16th year this February 21! #language

Celebrating International Mother Language Day!

shurmmi:  shurmmi:  It’s International Mother Language Day. In honor of the 4 Bengali student martyrs who stood up for their mother’s language in 1952, and for every one today out there- never forget, do your best to preserve the language and culture  for the future generations.  Edit** To purchase click here  Still one of my most favorite illustrations I’ve done. Shout out to all the Bengalis celebrating this day today, take pride in your identity!

shurmmi: “It’s International Mother Language Day. In honor of the 4 Bengali student martyrs who stood up for their mother’s language in and for every one today out there- never forget, do your.

Australians joined people from around the world for International Mother Language Day by tweeting in indigenous languages.

Australians Shake Up Internet With Indigenous #MotherLanguage Tweets

by Marrin Garu, for First Languages Australia via Global Voices Online

21 February | International Mother Language Day | United Nations/UNESCO www.un.org www.unesco.org          Pinterest: @United Nations @UNESCO  Facebook: @unitednations @unesco  Twitter: @UN  @UNESCO  YouTube: @unitednations  @UNESCO

People whose mother tongue is different from their country’s official language can find this a barrier to thriving in society. But does that mean children should be educated only in the official language? It’s a complex question.

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