Inuit in Action: A Brief Look

A group of Inuit ice fishing at Selawik. Traditionally, Inuit eat almost only meat in their diets.
A group of Inuit performing traditional dance near Nome.
John Kerry (Secretary of State) and Robert Nicholson (Canadian Foreign Minster), pose with an aboriginal family.

Works Cited:

U. (2015, April 24). [U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, flanked by Canadian Member of Parliament Leona Aglukkaq of Canada and Canadian Foreign Minister Robert Nicholson, poses with aboriginal northerners at a replica Inuit village in Aglukkaq’s hometown of Inaquit, Canada, just below the Arctic Circle, after the United States assumed a two-year chairmanship of the body during a meeting of its eight member nations and seven Permanent Representatives on April 24, 2015.]. Retrieved February 28, 2017, from,_Canadian_Foreign_Minister_Robert_Nicholson_with_aboriginal_northerners_at_a_replica_Inuit_village_in_Aglukkaq’s_hometown_of_Inaquit,_Canada.jpg

Inuit dance near Nome 1900 [“(…) An Eskimo dance near Nome. It was made in 1900.”]. (1900). Retrieved February 28, 2017, from

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (n.d.). Inuit fishing for sheefish at Selawik NWR [ Inupiat fishing for sheefish at Selawik National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska]. Retrieved February 28, 2017, from


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