NCCIE partnered with the NunatuKavut Community Council for a youth photostory project about the land and cultures of NunatuKavut. The ten youth are part of the NunatuKavut Youth Community
Education Project, funded by the Canada Service Corps.
Each youth created a photostory (and edited it on their own) to share aspects of his/her culture with others:
Note: By clicking on the video, the series will begin with the first one. If you'd like to select which video to view, either a) click on the "1/10" in the upper corner; a window should appear with the list of videos, from which you can make your selection; or b) click on 'copy link', open a new tab, press control-V to paste the link in the search field; hit enter. The YouTube page will open with all the videos appearing in the right-hand column, where you can make your selection.
We respectfully acknowledge the Inuit of Labrador and recognize their ancestral and continued ties to the lands and waters.
|Nikita Bradley Bradley||Community Youth Coordinator||NunatuKavut Community Council|
|Wanda Lee Mesher Mesher||Community Youth Coordinator||NunatuKavut Community Council|
|NunatuKavut Youth Community Engagement Project (NYCEP)||https://nunatukavut.ca/contact/|
|Sylvia Moore||Regional Lead (Labrador)||Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL|
|Length of Video||23:12 minutes|
|Is there content in this video that is inappropriate to show young children? No|
Please contact Sylvia Moore for more information.