Since the known resources about Yogad are limited, if you know of any research or work being done on the subject, feel free to share it. Appropriate credits and citations will be made on the site. Resources can be in the form of a document, audio, or video. You can also submit Yogad stories, poems, songs, or any other piece of literature that you know.
If you identify yourself as Yogad, please participate in studies done on the language. From time to time, I will be posting how you can do so, whether it be through surveys, interviews, or as language consultants.
As research shows that one of the best ways to preserve a language is through the context of community, if you are part of a Yogad community (including online Yogad communities on social media), please get me connected. Let me know of any exciting events taking place in your area, especially if you live in North America.
Wherever you find yourself in, please keep speaking the language. Let your children hear it. Let your children know it. Let your children identify with it. We are, after all, capable of breathing, speaking, and functioning in multiple languages.
This online site may be cited as: Quirante, C. (2020). Yogad kan. Retrieved from www.yogadkan.com