'Save Frisian' is a project about Saterland, a town in Germany. Despite the low population (only 13,282 people), they keep their native language, Saterland Frisian. Recently Frisians were forced to use bilingual (in German and Frisian) signs in the whole town. We think that one culture should not be suppressed by another. They must co-exist.
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