These educational materials are designed for children in the Chittagong Hill Tracts to learn their native language, Marma; the initiative combats minority language extinction, high drop-out rates, and cultural marginalisation under government oppression. This self-initiated project began as a collaboration with Our Golden Hour and the three schools set up in monasteries by Maung Nyeu, a native of the Chittagong Hill Tracts obtaining his PhD in Education from Harvard University.

For more context, see this interview or watch the TEDx talk. A Mead Fellowship was granted by University of the Arts London, which created funding for another language revitalization project.

To read about my ongoing inquiry around design ethics and complexities behind representation and language, see Preface Revisited where I have reassessed and annotated the original 2015 project essays.