Art Exhibit Showcases Indigenous Experiences with Climate Change

Gwich'in leader Sarah James and French photographer Nicolas Villaume look at his pictures of her home, Arctic Village, AK. They're part of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian exhibit "Conversations with the Earth" which documents climate change in indigenous communities around the globe.

From Ethiopia to the Himalayas to Alaska, indigenous people are experiencing the affects of a changing climate.  The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian is sharing their experiences in an exhibit called, “Conversations with the Earth.”  And it includes photos and stories from Alaska’s Arctic Village.

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