Taking a look further..

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The Inuit people with their annual blanket toss also known as- nalukataq, in the spring whaling festival.
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Inuit men playing the traditional drum set as a way to enjoy whaling season.
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Celebrating the Asking Day festival- first of winter celebrations to encourage Inuit people to take time and celebrate their season of relaxing after a long summer of hunting and gathering.

 

Alaskan thanksgiving. (n.d.). Retrieved March 01, 2017, from http://bigbigbigthings.com/2010/11/alaskan-thanksgiving/
Gonçalves, M. (n.d.). Point Hope, overlooking the Chukchi Sea. Retrieved March 01, 2017, from http://ultima0thule.blogspot.com/2011/08/point-hope-overlooking-chukchi-sea.html
This Day in Resistance History: The Asking Day Model. (2011, November 14). Retrieved March 01, 2017, from https://griid.org/2011/11/14/this-day-in-resistance-history-the-asking-day-model/
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