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This collection contains stories and lessons plans which highlight the issues of migration, climate change, and language loss. Bring these issues into the classroom while connecting them to students' daily lives.
Yup'ik fisherman Ray Waska, who lives on the Alaskan Yukon Delta, teaches his grandchildren how to fish during the summer salmon run.
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This story documents life in Stratford, a small farming town in California’s Central Valley which suffers from a drought impacting the residents’ daily lives.
Images document the majesty and beauty of icebergs and the fragile environment of the polar regions.
These photographs capture a modern Inupiaq community in Alaska facing evacuation due to climate change.
The people and land of the Mixteca are one of the world's last bastions of traditional indigenous life in Mexico.
A Salvadoran immigrant strives to build a future for her family in America after fleeing the Salvadoran Civil War as a teenager.
These photographs depict refugees as they cross borders on their way to northern Europe.
Meet two residents of a tiny island vanishing in the rising waters of the Louisiana Bayou.
Meet a young Syrian refugee who was granted asylum in Canada after fleeing torture and imprisonment by the Assad regime.
Marie Wilcox is the last fluent speaker of Wukchumni and created a dictionary to keep her language alive.
These five shorts films follows five Native American communities who are restoring their traditional land management practices.