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Many times, she has publicly taken a stance in social media against the establishment of mines on land used by Sámi reindeer herders.
My images are taken in the southern Sámi region, which we visit several times a year. All within reach by a leisurely cruise of roughly 1000 km from our home in Gothenburg. If we feel like it, we can include a scenic stretch of dirt road around an island-studded lake. An option best suited for the season with 20 hours of daylight.
ps: You may also like watching one of her own films on the Sámi culture.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riXVuhlMNQA&t=71s
Thanks for sharing,
Coincidence certainly does not exist among the Sami.... I watched a documentary on television this weekend about :
Artist Britta Marakatt-Labba has for decades depicted the indigenous Samí people's mythology,
relation to nature and political struggle. Now she is facing one last fight;
the battle for her culture against the threats of climate change.
A very impressive documentary that will certainly stay with me for a long time.
And this morning I'm checking the forum again and came across this nice post from you Wolf about Sofia Jannok.
I do not think so
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