Joe Biden’s moratorium on oil and gas leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is a hard-won reprieve for the Gwich’in peoples of Alaska and Canada.
Alaskans are racing to collect their elders' knowledge of 20 native languages and design a pedagogy that breaches the generational divide.
The fear is that, over time, the vast majority of Canada's Indigenous languages will go extinct. But there's a movement afoot to not just preserve them, but to get them back in active use.
Artist Tania Larsson used modern replication techniques to recreate traditional animal hide tanning artifacts in the Smithsonian's collection.