JOHN CHASE Yup'ik Eskimo hunter living above the arctic circle in Kotzebue, Alaska, talks about the idea of 'nukalpiaq'. It is a Yup'ik name for a person - a great hunter and provider. They are generally young men. He is interviewed by Andrei Jacobs.
ELIAS PAILLAN, a Mapuche radio journalist exposes the inefficiency and limitations of state after the Feb. 27th earthquake & tsunami wreaked havoc in the countryside and coastline of south central Chile, leaving thousands of victims and destroyed villages. The mainstream media in the U.S. encloses the bubble created to sell as a developed country - Chile.
JOSE AYLWIN - MAPUCHE In the wake of February's 8.8 earthquake in Chile In contrast of official Chilean claims that ‘the situation is under control’, reports from the south of the country claim that rural communities are currently without ‘food, water, gas, electricity and telecommunications’. The status of the Mapuche-Lafkenche, who are based along Chile’s coastline, is of particular concern.