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  1. Central to the Project is the involvement of Marshallese students in the preservation process. Wa Kuk Wa Jimor on Vimeo. Film by Rachel Miller, introduces the tradition of the canoe—including the history, types, and technological innovations of the canoe—and the complex connection between the canoe and culture. Ro mōtta ilo aolep laļ ko ...

  2. ACOM strives to help Marshallese integrate in the social fabric of their community. We successfully advocate to the state of Arkansas to provide the Arkansas Drivers test in Marshallese. We provide assistance with I-94’s and other needed government documents, offer drivers license preparation and financial literacy classes, and provide adoption counseling and services.

  3. I hope this artilce gave us enought information about the Marshallese people and the government. This is a good source to start doing research for those who never really experienced the Marshallese life. I was born and raised in the Marshall Islands, and I know how the people and the government struggle to find easier and better ways to live.

  4. The Marshallese language (Marshallese: Kajin M̧ajeļ or Kajin Majōl [kɑzʲinʲ(i)mˠɑːzʲɛlˠ]), also known as Ebon, is a Micronesian language spoken in the Marshall Islands. The language is spoken by nearly all of the roughly 59,000 people in the Marshall Islands, making it the principal language of the country. [3]

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    The Marshallese people (Marshallese: kajoor ri-Ṃajeḷ , laḷ ri-Ṃajeḷ) are the indigenous inhabitants of the Marshall Islands. They numbered 70,000 as of 2013. [29] Marshallese society was organized into three social classes, the iroji was the chief or landowner that headed several clans, the alap managed the clan and the rijerbal (worker) were commoners that worked the land.

  6. Marshall Islands, officially Republic of the Marshall Islands, Marshallese Majōl, country in the central Pacific Ocean. It consists of some of the easternmost islands of Micronesia. The Marshalls are composed of more than 1,200 islands and islets in two parallel chains of coral atolls—the Ratak, or Sunrise, to the east and the Ralik, or Sunset, to the west. The chains lie about 125 miles ...

  7. 10/11/2019 · From the U.S. mainland, it takes more than a day to fly to the Marshall Islands, and only one commercial airline makes the trip. The “Island Hopper,” United Airlines Flight 154, starts at ...