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Indigemoji is an open source project, which makes it possible for other First Nations peoples to use it as the basis for creating emoji stickers representing Indigenous culture.

For the sixth year of Indigemoji’s  annual Fellowship Program aims to support the new paradigm of remote and online contexts and socially distanced communities.
Indigemoji is asking applicants to address at least one of four Priority Areas that is especially important for finding ways to feel more connected right now: Accessibility, Internationalization, Continuing Support, and AI Ethics and Open Source.
Additionally, Indigemoji sponsored four Teaching Fellows, who developed teaching materials that will be made available for free, and are oriented toward remote learning within specific communities.
Indigemoji received 126 applications and were able to award six Fellowships, with four Teaching Fellowships.

https://medium.com/processing-foundation/teaching-humans-and-machines-to-listen-to-arrernte-an-indigenous-language-of-central-australia