How Much Is Your Mouth Worth Campaign?






New York City ~ As a supporter of Gay Rights and a Social Change/Justice activist, English and Spanish are spearheaded by the state constitution to specify an official language.  As an Educated Native American under the de facto law, revitalizing what "Your Mouth Is Worth" to alleviate poverty within my family legacy is a necessary legacy campaign.   For Native Americans, especially on United States Indian reservations and pueblos, territorial debate falls upon the continued SPOKEN LANGUAGE that is most often endangered (usually recorded by court dockets, interviews, essays, and repositories, etc.).  Dialects and Speakers in the Native American communities are most often classified as a Single Language due to historical or cultural reasons to prevent extinction.

Bilingualism de facto within the United States is a proposition that some states have acquired within their constitution, yet if there is no official language policy passed declaring English as the official language, then the law will distribute voting ballots in the language of the indigenous (especially if exclusively educated to speak culturally).  The State of Pennsylvania has never officially become a bilingual state.  New York to date has not officially become a bilingual state to preserve a legacy.  New Mexico, Alaska, California, Hawaii, Illniois, New York, Texas, and Washington has adopted Native languages on the voting ballots outside of reservations.  Since 2011, the languages are spoken at home with children over the age of Five are:

  1. English – 230 million
  2. Spanish – 37.58 million
  3. Chinese – 2.88 million (mainly Yue dialects such as Cantonese and TaishaneseStandard Mandarin Chinese, also HokkienHakka)
  4. French – 1.30 million + 750,000 French Creole
  5. Tagalog – 1.59 million + (Most Filipinos may also know other Philippine languages, e.g. IlokanoPangasinanBikol languages, and Visayan languages.)
  6. Vietnamese – 1.41 million
  7. Korean – 1.14 million
  8. German – 1.08 million (High/Standard German) + (May include German dialects like Pennsylvania GermanHutterite GermanPlautdietschTexas German)
  9. Arabic – 951,700
  10. Russian – 905,800
  11. Other Indic languages – 815,345 (Includes PunjabiBengaliMarathi)
  12. Italian – 723,600
  13. Portuguese – 673,500
  14. Hindi – 648,900
  15. Polish – 607,500
  16. Japanese – 436,100
  17. Persian – 407,600
  18. Urdu – 373,800
  19. Gujarati – 358,400
  20. Greek – 304,900
  21. Serbo-Croatian – 269,600
  22. Armenian – 246,900
  23. Hebrew – 216,300
  24. Khmer – 212,500
  25. Hmong - 211,200
  26. Navajo – 169,300
  27. Thai - 163,200
  28. Yiddish - 160,900
  29. Laotian - 140,900
  30. Tamil - 132,573
  31. American Sign Language – ~100,000

Since 2014, the States of Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey have not enacted a language policy to date.  The Bilingual Education Act under Title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1968, passed on the heels of the Civil Rights Movement, after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s death and RIOTS, school districts were forced to establish a bill to innovate educational programs for students with limited English speaking abilities.

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