Native Village Youth and Education News
May 1, 2009 Issue 198
Nunavut at 10: An Unfinished Story
Second World War, the Inuit were demoralized
Their pace of life had changed, and
their way of life was shaken to the core. In two
But the creation of Nunavut offers a new Inuit voice
insisting that it's heard. That voice is now
becoming known on the world's
Inuit people are finally catching up, and the
recovery are widespread:
Inuit culture is still in a fragile state:
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