Kelutral's recent appearance on "How To with John Wilson" has resurfaced a campaign of hate against Kelutral.org and its members. The campaign claims Kelutral to be transphobic, when in fact two of the six members pictured in 'How To' are trans-identifying members of our community. As always, we remain committed to creating a welcoming, diverse and inclusive community for fans of James Cameron's AVATAR to come and learn the Na'vi language. We also believe that people grow and change, and that their actions speak louder than words.
Kelutral does not condone hate, and rather than lower ourselves to engage with the person(s) devoting so much of their time and energy to it, we would rather respond with a gesture of kindness and solidarity:
100% of the proceeds from the merchandise sales for OmatiCon 2022 will benefit 'The Trevor Project' and #TeamSeas, split evenly.
LGBTQ members are a part of our DNA, and will continue to be for many years to come.
Join us for OmatiCon 2022 on January 8th, and pick up your exclusive event shirt or stickers before January 15th to benefit these wonderful causes.
'ivong Na'vi, 'ivong Kelutral
October is off to a frightening start at Kelutral.org and we're hosting more events in a single month than we ever have before! Now is an excellent time to pop back in and learn Na'vi, play some Minecraft on our shiny new Minecraft server, or participate in one of our Halloween-themed events like our Na'vi language writing competition!
With the end of the year rapidly approaching, there's a lot more on the horizon. Join our growing Discord server today and make sure you don't miss out on breaking news and other surprises in the coming months. Trust us, you're not going to want to miss what's coming.
October 16th, 2021 - Halloween-themed Creative Minecraft Build Contest ends
October 22nd, 2021 - Na'vi Writing Contest submission deadline
October 29th, 2021 - Spooky stories night
October 30th, 2021 - Pumpkin Carving Contest submission deadline
By: The Kelutral.org Admin Team
Kelutral.org has a new look!
As a part of our goal of bringing the Na'vi language to the next generation of AVATAR fans, we have long wanted to develop consistent brand guidelines. With the help of our new Systems Administrator, we have finally taken the first real steps to do so. This step is one of many along the path to creating the best possible learner experience, and we believe it will bring a breath of fresh air when new fans search for how to learn Na'vi.
When you visit our homepage for the first time, you will notice a brand new light or dark theme based on your device preferences. This was born out of the desire to better meet our learners where they're at, rather than asking them to adapt to us. Learners should be met with flexibility, not be forced to deal with rigid or out of date systems.
The next thing you'll notice is the new colors. Our team has been hard at work devising a set of brand colors that can be used across all of our platforms, on light or dark theme, with colorblind compliance. In the near future, when you visit a Kelutral.org resource (like our Na'vi Language Discord), you will see the same colors, unifying our brand across all platforms. That way, no matter where you're at, you can know with certainty that you are using an official Kelutral resource.
Lastly, you will notice a new, built in blog feed on our homepage. As more and more news about the AVATAR sequels surfaces, we want to be sure that Kelutral.org is a place you can come to find it in a timely manner.
Kelutral is community driven, and we welcome your thoughts on the update. If you have thoughts you would like to share, leave us a comment, Tweet us, or drop by our Discord to let us know. Thanks for joining us in our journey to create the best space to learn Na'vi!
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