Will climate change wipe out French in Louisiana?

Chris Brunet outside his home, Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana. (Photo: Julia Kumari Drapkin)

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Alces Adams and what is left of his trailer, Cut Off, Louisiana. (Photo: Julia Kumari Drapkin)
Tulane University Linguist Nathalie Dajko and Alces Adams with some of his salvaged belongings, Cut Off, Louisiana. (Photo: Julia Kumari Drapkin)
The Bayou Terrebonne at Pointe-aux-Chênes, Louisiana (Photo: Patrick Cox)
A collapsed house, Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana (Photo: Julia Kumari Drapkin)
Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana (Photo: Julia Kumari Drapkin)
Chris Brunet outside his house, Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana (Photo: Julia Kumari Drapkin)

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A podcast about languages and the people who speak them. Co-hosted by @patricox and @kbpillay. Twitter: @lingopod