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Video thumbnail: Keep Talking The Outsider Perspective: Michael

Keep Talking

The Outsider Perspective: Michael

When an outsider enters a community to try and help, things can get complicated.

The Outsider Perspective: Michael

Video thumbnail: Keep Talking Eli and Sven on Carving and Identity

Keep Talking

Eli and Sven on Carving and Identity

Eli learns to carve with Sven, alongside other Alaska Native kids at camp.

Eli and Sven on Carving and Identity

Video thumbnail: Keep Talking Dancing is for Men

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Dancing is for Men

Alutiiq dancer Candace Branson on the positive impact of traditional dance among men.

Dancing is for Men

Video thumbnail: Keep Talking Echo and Her Mom

Keep Talking

Echo and Her Mom

Echo, 14, is an Alaska Native student who practices Alutiiq at home with her mom, Tonya.

Echo and Her Mom

Video thumbnail: Keep Talking Where Are Your Keys?

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Where Are Your Keys?

How the community came to embrace this language learning and teaching technique.

Where Are Your Keys?

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A New Word for “Tweet”

Kids try to create a new word in their endangered Alaska Native language for “tweet.”

A New Word for “Tweet”

Video thumbnail: Keep Talking “Sungcuk” or "The Little People"

Keep Talking

“Sungcuk” or "The Little People"

A traditional Alutiiq story about the Sungcuk (Little People) with artwork by Hanna Sholl.

“Sungcuk” or "The Little People"

Video thumbnail: Keep Talking The "Bruce Lee" of Alutiiq: Phyllis

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The "Bruce Lee" of Alutiiq: Phyllis

Fluent Alutiiq Elder Phyllis conducts a “language fishing session” in her home.

The "Bruce Lee" of Alutiiq: Phyllis

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Keep Talking

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Follow four Alaska Native women fighting to save Kodiak Alutiiq.

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