"First Language - The Race to Save Cherokee," a documentary on efforts to re-establish Cherokee as a native language is one of the 30-plus films to be featured at the North Carolina Museum of History’s inaugural Longleaf Film Festival on Saturday.
"First Language - The Race to Save Cherokee," a documentary on efforts to re-establish Cherokee as a native language is one of the 30-plus films to be featured at the North Carolina Museum of History’s inaugural Longleaf Film Festival on Saturday.
"First Language - The Race to Save Cherokee," a documentary on efforts to re-establish Cherokee as a native language is one of the 30-plus films to be featured at the North Carolina Museum of History’s inaugural Longleaf Film Festival on Saturday.

State’s first Longleaf Film Festival takes place in Raleigh

April 30, 2015 07:00 AM

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