Alaska – Interviews & meetings

June, an inhabitant of the Nondalton Athabascan Native village

It has already been 2 weeks and a half since we arrived in Alaska. Since then, we have met incredible people. We have been able to interview Native people from several ethnic groups (Yup’ik, Athabascans, Cup’ik…) who shared their relationship with Nature with a lot of kindness.

Through the Yup’ik cuisine of Anna’s Alaska, the Native music of Pamyua, the traditional dance of Cupiit Yurartet Drummers and Dancers and many others, we discovered cultures intimately linked to Nature and deeply attached to it.

We are infinitely grateful for these moments of sharing, and we sincerely thank the people who told us their stories during a brief moment of their daily life.

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