“I lived hand to mouth doing many jobs. Finally I ended up as a soldier. In the army, I learned how to be tough: to fight, and even to kill.”
For decades, the Naskapi have successfully worked to revitalize and promote their language—with support from Wycliffe’s key partner, SIL International.
“I used to drink a lot,” says Alejandro, “and I insulted and beat my wife and children. I did so much damage to my family.”