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  1. Kivalina


    from Cristina Valdivieso + Jon Connor Liked 7,852 189 50


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    • Wayfarer


      from The Episcopal Church Liked 3,162 6 3

      www.wayfarerstories.com Available at the App Store

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      • Chapter 3 - Berry Picking


        from Wayfarer Liked 148 2 1

        Subsistence living, feeding themselves from plants and animals taken from the land and sea, forms a large part of the Inupiat people’s diet, which is high in protein and fat. Depending on the…

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        • Wayfarer Teaser


          from Mike Collins Liked 199 2 1

          Teaser spot for the Wayfarer iPad app launching 2/14/12

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          • KIVALINA: A Sinking Island


            from The Episcopal Church Liked 394 3 0

            The village of Kivalina sits on the tip of a six- to eight-mile-long barrier island. Climate change is threatening the island and its 400 Inupiat residents.

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            • Chapter 5 - Relocation


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              In the 200 native coastal communities in Alaska, varying degrees of erosion are affecting around 180 of them, according to the federal government’s General Accounting Office. As early as the…

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              • Chapter 7 - Outside Influence


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                In 1905, the federal government’s Bureau of Indian Affairs built a school at a former seasonal hunting camp on the island and told the people living nearby they could be imprisoned if they did…

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                • Chapter 8 - Dance


                  from Wayfarer Liked 124 2 0

                  It is through dance that the Inupiat people tell their traditional stories. There was no motion dancing in Kivalina for 50 years. After Christina Swan’s daughter started dancing in their home…

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                  • Chapter 1 - When Your Whole Island is Sinking, What Do You Do?


                    from Wayfarer Liked 468 4 0

                    The village of Kivalina sits on the tip of a six- to eight-mile-long barrier island – a quarter-mile at its widest – some 80 to 120 miles above the Arctic Circle between the Chukchi Sea…

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                    • Chapter 6 - Indigenous Beliefs


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                      Some years ago, Enoch Adams, Jr. preached a sermon about God speaking to his people in a way they could understand. Over time some Inupiat people have come to understand indigenous beliefs and Christianity…

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                      • Chapter 2 - No Whales Since 1994


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                        Kivalina is the only village in Alaska’s Northwest Arctic Borough region where people hunt the bowhead whale, a cultural tradition and dietary mainstay that has been severely hampered by the…

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                        • Chapter 9 - Legal Matters


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                          Soon after the Red Dog Mine – the world’s largest zinc mine, located 50 miles up the Wulik River – became operational in 1989, dead fish started showing up in the river, the primary…

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