Oliver Mayeux, a linguist and research fellow at the University of Cambridge, contributed to the guide and has been a key player in the resurgence of Kouri-Vini. His father's background was Louisiana Creole, so he's passionate about preserving the language that is so closely tied to Creole identity. ราคามวยสดยกต่อยก
"The genesis of a new language on the plantations of colonial Louisiana is testament to the fact that those enslaved people were just that, people. People with their own culture and traditions, hopes and dreams," Mayeux said. "The language is a living link to that point in time. The stories of its speakers must be kept alive. Their words must be remembered."