The Digital Archive of Indigenous Language Persistence (DAILP) is a community-based digital archive created to support Indigenous peoples' knowledge, interpretations, and representations of the past. DAILP's pilot collection of Cherokee syllabary documents have been translated by our team of Cherokee community members, students, software engineers, partner archives, and linguists. DAILP's goal is to expand its online collection through community-centered design for transparent language learning and the sustainment of Indigenous languages. All of DAILP's code is available on its GitHub site. DAILP is supported by the Henry R. Luce Foundation, the National Archives National Historical Records & Publications Commission, and the National Endowment for the Humanities, among others.
Digital Archive of Indigenous Language Persistence (DAILP)