Atlas of Endangered Alphabets

The Atlas of Endangered Alphabets has a database of international “Indigenous and minority writing systems, and the people who are trying to save them.” One of these alphabets is Afáka, used to write a Surinamese creole of African origin called Okanisi or Ndyuka. Surinamese artist Marcel Pinas uses Afáka extensively in his work, and an interview from September 2020 about Pinas’ work can be found here, through CLAS at UChicago.