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Ilisaqsivik 7h
Ataata ammalu Irniq Nunami is running for the next two week outside of Kangiqtugaapik, Nunavut! A program that is rooted in Inuit culture, language and traditions brings different generations of men together in a healthy way.
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Surrender Dorothy Aug 20
Replying to @mum61e
Corrector corrected, because not all igloo/kayak/ guys are . Corrector-corrector corrected because not all Inuit are igloo/kayak/blubber guys. Sociologists and anthropologists climb in, and the word “Athabascan” appears, inconclusively. 2/11
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Tungasuvvingat Inuit 6h
Indian day schools CLASS ACTION LAW SUIT moving forward.
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NunatuKavut 6h
254 years ago, our ancestors signed an important Treaty with the British in southern Labrador to find peace and protect our rights as Inuit
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Kim Godtfredsen 23h
😍🙏🏽🇬🇱We are - We give our love ones 😘
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Ramona 5h
Replying to @desderamona
“Of the roughly fifty-six thousand who live in , the world’s largest island, the vast majority are , & almost a quarter live in capital city . The rest of the country is made up of smaller towns & isolated coastal settlements”
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Ramona 5h
Replying to @desderamona
“982 - discovered by Norwegian Erik the Red, who calls it "Greenland" to make it more attractive. In 986 he returns with settlers but by 1600, only inhabitants remain.” US Kingdom of
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Mad Aug 13
Give all Inuit and other Indigenous babies, children and youth a chance to know where they come from and how beautiful their people and cultures are. If you’re in position that deals with our children, then you have a responsibility to do so
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Jordan Kunni Aug 18
My fiancées amauti - it has carried both my babies. Invented by my ancestors is 1 of the most useful tools of survival. They were made in caribou skin, made it even warmer that kids could go in naked on -40 & keep warm with mother’s skin & the fur amauti.
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Pauline Park 6h
"... As we are an society. We never say we own the land. We only live in the land. is a big denier. As an Inuit from the Arctic we already feel the climate crises in our eyes and lives..."
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Axel Karl Krüger 2h
Good Night Mr. President! Good Night World!
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Nunatsiaq News 10h
Federal bureaucrats get new marching orders to help firms win contracts: “An important step towards the betterment of Inuit society”
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Tungasuvvingat Inuit 8h
$50,000 in prizes for Indigenous voice talent. Final week to enter.
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Jordan Kunni 23h
women capable of many things. My wife Betty picking while carrying a toddler and watching one.
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nation indigenous Aug 17
@__mike_scott__ )) Native girls be like ?? A true warrior is brave and has courage in what he believes. ✊
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Tungasuvvingat Inuit 4h
sent 19 kids to our first ever summer camp. This is what they were up to on Day 1. Don't worry families back home, they're doing just fine.
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💻A/Prof Rhonda Wilson Aug 16
This is extremely troubling. peoples' lands lands... surely not... a disgusting evil thought if it is true... may it never come to pass. "Does Donald Trump really want to buy Greenland from Denmark?" via
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Maggie 6h
At teacher education, western methodologies were taught on how children grow & learn but these skills were instilled in me by my grandmother, mother and aunts. I absolutely love this Inunnguiniq or "the making of a being" pamphlets. I love this resource at my work.
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National Gathering of Elders Kanata Aug 20
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Climate Change and Global Health Research Group Aug 20
This quote from one of our Inuit community partners in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, Canada demonstrates the two-way relationships held among and the land in this region. This quote is from Alex Sawatzky's PhD thesis () Illustration by
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