NAHUATL LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
Nahuatl is a Uto-Aztecan language of the Ancient Nation of Mexicah and is still very much a living language, with a dozen dialects spoken by more than two million indigenous Mexicans.
Since 1990 David Vazquez has taught this ancient language and culture to more than 23,000 people at universities, colleges, churches, and community centers in Arizona, Texas and California.
Every Saturday students come to Messiah to learn the language. Their goal is to serve as interpreters and teachers of the Nahuatl language. There is great need for interpreters of Nahuatl. David Vazquez hopes to increase the number of interpreters as well as help people appreciate, celebrate, and embrace cultural differences.