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Community for Indigenous Philippine Languages(CIPL)invites anyone interested in the study of the different languages in the Philippines,current news on Philippine Linguistics, and Philippine Studies to join and interact with members. Anyone who wishes to share and advance their thoughts, ideas, websites, articles,and other organization activities about current issues on the ethno-linguistic groups within the Philippine Islands, then please join in our discussion. Chat and write in any of the many Austronesian languages spoken (Kapampangan,Ilokano, Warray, Bikol, Pangasinan, Ilongo, Bisaya,Tagalog, Zambal, Batak, or any other indigenous languages of the Philippines).Academic activists from different fields of research are welcome to partipate in our topics of conversation about implementing promotional programs for Philippines's diverse native languages. We welcome all the networking of making progress on linguistic rights, civil rights, environmental, and political activism agendas. As new debates, discussions, and diverse exchanges occur within our circle of conversations, we want you to join us in unity for solutions to challenges that Philippine linguists,endangered languages, and schools face in the ever-changing world.Philippine linguists and teachers of different indigenous Philippine languages are encouraged to advertise their educational services or respond to postings from people who wish to become their future students.Our discussion group and club wishes to give everybody the opportunity to have access to scholars,linguists,teachers, and other who can teach one of the many languages of the Philippines and the different cultures that are associated with it.The CIPL's compassionate motivation of helping to preserve and promote the rich heritage of all the indigenous languages in the Philippines has been our inspiration in keeping the dialogue of discussion on Philippine Linguistics a ongoing visible high priority for the community to see.

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