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BÁIKI: The International Sámi Journal
Báiki is a major English-language source of information about Sámi arts, literature, history, spirituality, and environmental concerns. It also covers news of North American Sámi community events.
"Báiki" [bah-h'kee] is the nomadic reindeer-herding society's word for cultural identity and survival, "the home that lives in the heart." The beautifully illustrated 28-page biannual publication began in 1991 and is now in its 37th issue.
Contributers include Sámi, Native American and other journalists, storytellers, historians, poets, artists and photographers. Báiki is produced by volunteers and supported by the subscriptions and sponsorships of its loyal readership.
May 5 - August 31, 2014 THE SAMI REINDEER PEOPLE OF ALASKA (Brochure) An exhibit at the Minnesota Discovery Center (added February 26, 2014
Mathis Ivers Klemetson Nilluka, by Christy Nilluka Broussard (added Dec 8, 2013)
The White Stone by Kirste Paltto, An English translation (added Nov 21, 2013)
Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum exhibit opens (added Nov 26, 2012)
Saami Baiki Photos on Facebook (added Nov 26, 2012)
Articles in Vesterheim: "Who Are the Sami" and "The Alaska Sami, A Reindeer Story"
The Saami Báiki Library & Archives
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