Photographer Natalya Saprunova has captured a rich and vibrant way of life that is increasingly under threat.
Photographer Hedda Rysstad spent time in northern Norway with young Sámis, whose existence and language were repressed and marginalised for decades.
"I know I have a ticking clock in the house next door to mine—my own grandmother—and I know I have to make the most of the time we have left together to learn as much as possible."
Every year indigenous kids from Scandinavia, Alaska, and Canada get together at the Riddu Riddu Festival in Norway to party and discuss cultural identity and prejudice.
"Retreating to the wilderness with a bag of weed is an important Canadian pastime."
The Last Record: The Washington D.C.-based selector and party host chooses tunes from Octo Octa, Sami, and Rush Plus.
Photographer Isabella Moore headed way North to document the day.
Hävvi i Glen, a restaurant in Jämtland, Sweden, specializes in the food of the indigenous Sami people, focusing on reindeer, moose, mountain fish, and foraged herbs and berries.