New York City is the nation's most linguistically diverse city

New York City is the most linguistically diverse city in America and home to many endangered languages. A project is under way at the City University of New York to identify and record dying languages, as well as to encourage their use and teaching. A new census report shows New York City and Los Angeles lead the country in foreign language speakers, followed by Chicago.

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