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Gwich’in is spoken by the Gwich’in people of the Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Alaska. It is a official language of the Northwest Territories and spoken by over 900 people between Canada and the United States. It has been considered an endangered language, though recent efforts at revitalization have helped to alleviate this.
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