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Inuinnaujugut / We Are Inuinnait

Author: Pitquhirnikkut Ilihautiniq / Kitikmeot Heritage Society

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Inuinnaujugut / We Are Inuinnait is a podcast by Inuinnait, about Inuinnait life, experiences, and traditions, with conversations in Inuinnaqtun.
27 Episodes
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Robert Kimaktok tells the story to George Diveky December 3, 1976 in Kugluktuk, Nunavut.Notes from the tape - A traveler comes upon three women, each of whom gives him food he must eat, or be stabbed by one of the women's chin, which is a copper blade. If he eats all the food they give him, he'll explode: he manages to eat it all and survive with the help of ivik - grass...In 2021, PI/KHS received a donation of almost three hundred Inuinnaqtun and Inuktitut cassette tape and reel-to ree...
Robert Kimaktok tells the story of the creation of light Cecember 26, 1976 in Kugluktuk, Nunavut. Interviewer George Diveky.In 2021, PI/KHS received a donation of almost three hundred Inuinnaqtun and Inuktitut cassette tape and reel-to reel recordings of Inuit Elders and knowledge holders. These recordings were documented by George Diveky throughout the 1970s, during he and his wife Janet's time as teachers in Kugaaruk and Kugluktuk. As a student of Anthropology and Inuktut,...
Robert Kimaktok tells the story of two brothers November 29, 1976 in Kugluktuk. Interviewed by George Diveky.In 2021, PI/KHS received a donation of almost three hundred Inuinnaqtun and Inuktitut cassette tape and reel-to reel recordings of Inuit Elders and knowledge holders. These recordings were documented by George Diveky throughout the 1970s, during he and his wife Janet's time as teachers in Kugaaruk and Kugluktuk. As a student of Anthropology and Inuktut, George e...
Robert Kimaktok was recorded on December 7, 1976 in Kugluktuk, Nunavut by George Diveky.In 2021, PI/KHS received a donation of almost three hundred Inuinnaqtun and Inuktitut cassette tape and reel-to reel recordings of Inuit Elders and knowledge holders. These recordings were documented by George Diveky throughout the 1970s, during he and his wife Janet's time as teachers in Kugaaruk and Kugluktuk. As a student of Anthropology and Inuktut, George envisioned the recording project a...
Robert Kimaktok tells two stories about Tulugarjuaq.In 2021, PI/KHS received a donation of almost three hundred Inuinnaqtun and Inuktitut cassette tape and reel-to reel recordings of Inuit Elders and knowledge holders. These recordings were documented by George Diveky throughout the 1970s, during he and his wife Janet's time as teachers in Kugaaruk and Kugluktuk. As a student of Anthropology and Inuktut, George envisioned the recording project as a platform for knowledge-keeping d...
Effie Kakayak talks about her life and sings a traditional drum dance song (pihiq) at the end of the recording.In 2021, PI/KHS received a donation of almost three hundred Inuinnaqtun and Inuktitut cassette tape and reel-to reel recordings of Inuit Elders and knowledge holders. These recordings were documented by George Diveky throughout the 1970s, during he and his wife Janet's time as teachers in Kugaaruk and Kugluktuk. As a student of Anthropology and Inuktut, George envisioned ...
Bessie Omilgoetok and Mary Kaotalok share their knowledge about the right skins for making traditional Inuinnait skin clothing with host Eva Ayalik and PI/KHS Cultural Programs Coordinator
A conversation between Emily Angulalik, Emily Kudlak, Rosemarie Meyok and Gwen Angulalik held in Edmonton during an intensive work session on the curriculum development and dictionary app projects.
PI/KHS Executive Director Emily Angulalik and Inuinnaqtun Revitalization Manager Tammy Omilgoetok interview Mona Kuptana Aviak in Kugluktuk during their recent trip to consult with community members on Inuinnaqtun revitalization.
Eva Ekeahoak Ayalik interviews Connie Hatogina Kapolak and her mother Mary Aknaoyok Kaniak. Connie talks about her experience going to residential school and coming back to the family. The future of Inuinnaqtun is discussed.
Eva Ekeahoak Ayalik speaks with Mary Aknaoyok Kaniak and Connie Hatogina Kapolak about traditional beliefs including the use of atatait.
Host Eva Ekeahoak Ayalik speaks with Janine Angohiatok about the perspective of a silent speaker on language revitalization programming.
Bessie Pihoak Omilgoetok, Mary Anakarnek Kaotalok, Mabel Pongok Etegik and Annie Panak Atighioyak speak with host Eva Ekeahoak Ayalik about Inuinnait birthing traditions.
Mabel Pongok Etegik is interviewed by Emily Angulalik discussing hunting and food preparation. This podcast can be found in video format on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/QJzv5sXDnRU.
Bessie Pihoak Omilgoetok is interviewed by Emily Angulalik discussing the hunt and food preparation. This is episode is available in video format on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/ImlI8ugGlLU.
In this episode, three generations of a family come together. Host Eva Ayalik speaks with Bessie Omilgoetok and Tammy Omilgoetok about language.
This is Part 2 of Episode 10. Host Eva Ayalik continues her conversation with George Angohiatok about polar bear hunting and aspects of the lifecycle of polar bears, ringed seals and bearded seals.
In this episode, host Eva Ayalik talks to George Angohiatok. George shares his knowledge of polar bear hunting and aspects of the lifecycle of polar bears, ringed seals and bearded seals.For the second part of this episode, listen to Episode 10, Part 2.
Host Eva Ayalik speaks to Karen Kamoayok. Karen shares what it was like growing up in Bay Chimo and learning land skills and language skills.
In this episode, host Eva Ayalik talks to George Angohiatok, who shares his knowledge of the natural world and changes to the Arctic environment over the course of his lifetime.
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