Un visage, un nom

Le projet Un visage, un nom est un projet communautaire d’identification de photos réalisé en collaboration. Le projet a été lancé en 2002 et il mettait l’accent sur les communautés inuites actuelles du Nunavut.
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The parade during the Indian Days celebration at Banff, Alberta [The man leading the parade has been identified as Chief Walking Buffalo or Tatânga Mânî, or George McLean, leader of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation near Morley, Alberta] (item

Group of Cree women and children standing in the snow and smiling at the photographer, Chisasibi, Quebec  (item 1)

Group of Cree women and children standing in the snow and smiling at the photographer, Chisasibi, Quebec (item

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Men and women standing outside with huskies. (item 1)

Men and women standing outside with huskies.

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Fisherman holding a fishing net, Peter Pond Lake, Saskatchewan (item

[Artist Eegyvudluk Pootoogook, Cape Dorset, Nunavut]. (item 1)

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Miss Velma MacDonald teaching English to Indian and Eskimo [First Nation and Inuit] children, Inuvik, N.W.T., Dec. 1959  (item 1)

Miss Velma MacDonald teaching English to Indian and Eskimo [First Nation and Inuit] children, Inuvik, N.

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Siblings Alex and Linda One Spot of the Sarcee people, playing. / Alex One Spot et sa sœur Linda, de la tribu Sarsi, jouent.

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Four women and two children walking on a grassy hill, Kangiqsualujjuaq, Quebec. (item 1)

Four women and two children walking on a grassy hill, Kangiqsualujjuaq, Quebec.

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