A Whale Of a Time in Alaska

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

When you think of summer festivals, you might think of sitting in a field or a park, paying hundreds of dollars to see bands and drinking overpriced warm beer.

But there’s a different kind of festival happening right now in Northern Alaska. Native Inupiaq communities are attending whaling festivals. These annual events are a historical staple of these whaling communities.

Anne Hillman is a contributor to the Alaska Public Radio Network.


Anne Hillman

Produced by:

Paul R. Smith

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