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​The Little-Known History of How the Canadian Government Made Inuit Wear ‘Eskimo Tags’

The Little-Known History of How the Canadian Government Made Inuit Wear ‘Eskimo Tags’ - VICE

Inuit made little girl's amauti by Karyna Kolola Inuit Clothing, Sell Items, Arctic, Little Girls, Handmade Items, Fur, Patterns, Sewing, Creative
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Inuit made little girl's amauti by Karyna Kolola

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Why this 'language geek' provides hundreds of Indigenous language tools for free Computer Font, Learn Html, Language Immersion, Canada National Parks, Human Rights Issues, Cherokee Nation, Find A Book, World Languages, University Of Toronto
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Why this 'language geek' provides hundreds of Indigenous language tools for free | CBC News

Chris Harvey is the man behind languagegeek.com, a site that provides keyboards and fonts in more than 100 Indigenous languages. He's made it his passion to provide Indigenous people with access to minority languages, calling it a human rights issue.

Abandoned Village of Ukivok on King Island. Abandoned for nearly four decades, Ukivok is one of Alaska’s ghost villages hovering precariously on a rocky cliff facing the Bering Sea on King Island. Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Property, Abandoned Mansions, Old Buildings, Abandoned Places, Kings Island, Haunted Places, Ghost Towns, Places Around The World

Alaska's Eskimo Ghost Village on Stilts

For thousands of years, a community of Inupiat Eskimos lived, survived and thrived in one of the harshest environments in the world. This is King Island and these are the improbable cliff-hanging houses of Ukivok that a displaced community still calls home more than 50 years after its abandonment.

Imagine a smartphone app that told Inuit everything they needed to know before going out on the land, providing weather and tide forecasts, satellite

SIKU puts Inuit knowledge first at Montreal's Inuit Studies Conference | Nunatsiaq News

Imagine a smartphone app that told Inuit everything they needed to know before going out on the land, providing weather and tide forecasts, satellite

Why this 'language geek' provides hundreds of Indigenous language tools for free Computer Font, Learn Html, Northern Canada, Language Immersion, Human Rights Issues, Cherokee Nation, Find A Book, World Languages, University Of Toronto
Learn HtmlLanguage ImmersionCherokee Nation

Why this 'language geek' provides hundreds of Indigenous language tools for free | CBC News

Chris Harvey is the man behind languagegeek.com, a site that provides keyboards and fonts in more than 100 Indigenous languages. He's made it his passion to provide Indigenous people with access to minority languages, calling it a human rights issue.

CanLit for LittleCanadians: In My Anaana's Amautik

In My Anaana's Amautik

CanLit for LittleCanadians: In My Anaana's Amautik

Written by Nadia Sammurtok Illustrated by Lenny Lishchenko Inhabit Media 24 pp.

In My Anaana's Amautik

Written by Nadia Sammurtok Illustrated by Lenny Lishchenko Inhabit Media 978-1-77227-252-9 24 pp. Ages 3-7 September 2019 ...

For decades, Inuit had to wear numbered identification tags around their necks, mainly because white administrators couldn& pronounce their names. Aboriginal Education, Aboriginal People, Service Canada, Arctic Explorers, Inuit People, Government Of Canada, Old Records, Kid Picks, Inuit Art
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​The Little-Known History of How the Canadian Government Made Inuit Wear ‘Eskimo Tags’

For decades, Inuit had to wear numbered identification tags around their necks because white people couldn't pronounce their names.

The Little-Known History of How the Canadian Government Made Inuit Wear ‘Eskimo Tags’ - VICE

​The Little-Known History of How the Canadian Government Made Inuit Wear ‘Eskimo Tags’

The Little-Known History of How the Canadian Government Made Inuit Wear ‘Eskimo Tags’ - VICE

Thousands Once Spoke His Language in the Amazon. Now, He’s the Only One. New York Times, American Indians, Language, Amazon, Reading, News, Earth, Culture, Children
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Thousands Once Spoke His Language in the Amazon. Now, He’s the Only One. — The New York Times

The Taushiro tribe vanished into the jungles of the Amazon basin in Peru generations ago. Amadeo García García is now the last native speaker of their language.