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Adjagas - Mun ja Mun Adjagas is a Sami joik duo from northern Norway. This song speaks of the disappearance of many indigenous Sami languages. Music People, We The People, Baltic Sea, Light Skin, Kinds Of Music, Make Me Smile, Norway, Sweden, Culture

Adjagas - Mun ja Mun

Adjagas has just released their great selftitled album in UK! Check www.everrecords.com/adjagas

The Meaning of Armored Vehicles Rolling Toward Standing Rock U. tribes not only share the same narrative with the world’s Indigenous Peoples struggling for land and life—the Dakota Access standoff is amplifying the global movement. Indian C, Dakota Pipeline, Tribal Community, Sioux Tribe, Dakota Access, Military Fashion, Military Style, Power To The People, First Nations

Standing Rock Joins the World’s Indigenous Fighting for Land and Life - Yes! Magazine

Military-style troops confronted Dakota Access water defenders recently, underscoring the common narrative U.S. tribes share with the world’s Indigenous Peoples.

Arvvas consists of yoiker Sara Marielle Gaup and bassist and singer Steinar Raknes. Together they create music that is a meeting between joik and americana. Folk Music, Orchestra, 21st Century, Scandinavian, Jazz, Singing, Pure Products, Twists, Acoustic

ARVVAS

Arvvas consists of yoiker Sara Marielle Gaup and bassist and singer Steinar Raknes. Together they create music that is a meeting between joik and americana. Sara…

Adjagas Norway, Folk, American, Music, Silver, Fashion, Musica, Moda, Musik

Bilder fra feiring av Samefolkets dag 2011

Samefolkets dag 2011 ble markert på Senter for nordlige folk med konsert, take for dagen, filmvisning om mat. Det var god frammøte med rundt 150 publikum. Gruppa Adjágas holdt hovedkonserten.

Adjagas Music, Photography, Image, Musica, Musik, Photograph, Photography Business, Photoshoot, Muziek

Adjagas - Sørsamisk kulturfestival - Images | Bente Haarstad Photography

Adjagas

Sara Marielle Gaup Beaska og bassisten og sangeren Steinar Raknes. Music Week, Che Guevara

Sara Marielle Gaup Beaska og bassisten og sangeren Steinar Raknes.

Riddu Riđđu – Saami cool wind in the summer heat Photo: www.no, Wikimedia Commons, Licence CC Mask Dance, Youth Programs, Scandinavian Countries, Old Farm Houses, Interesting Topics, Warm Outfits, Summer Heat, Nordic Style, People Of The World

Riddu Riđđu – Saami cool wind in the summer heat

On 10 July, the Norwegian Sámi and other indigenous peoples of the world will celebrate the annual music and cultural festival Riddu Riddu. Its name translates from the Sámi as 'a small storm at the coast' or 'the growing wind from the sea.' The venue of the event – Kåfjord municipality (Troms county, Northern Norway).

Arvvas consists of yoiker Sara Marielle Gaup and bassist and singer Steinar Raknes. Together they create music that is a meeting between joik and americana. Folk Music, Orchestra, 21st Century, Scandinavian, Jazz, Singing, Pure Products, Twists, Acoustic

Saamelaisten kansallispäivää juhlitaan tuoreen ja ennakkoluulottoman nykysaamelaisen kulttuurin merkeissä

Saamelaisten kansallispäivää vietetään lauantaina 6.2. Etelä-Suomen saamelaisyhdistys City-Sámit ry:n järjestämissä kansallispäivän juhlallisuuksissa Helsingissä sekä lapset että aikuiset saavat na…

Arvvas - Remembrance (Nordic Notes) [Full Album] Folk Music, Scandinavian, Album, Concert, Youtube, Notes, Report Cards, Recital, Festivals

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Arvvas - Drench My Soul Folk Music, Scandinavian, Events, Concert, Recital, Festivals

Arvvas - Drench My Soul (2015)

Arvvas is Steinar Raknes & Sara Marielle Gaup Beaska. Written by Steinar Raknes, with traditional joik by Sara Marielle Gaup. From the NRK Sápmi program "Árd...

Sámi artist Sara Marielle Guap Baeska joins the Standing Rock encampment with her sister. Dakota Access, First Bank, The One, Norway, Captain Hat, Knowledge, Drop, American, Board

How Indigenous Activists in Norway Got the First Bank to Pull Out of the Dakota Access Pipeline

Indigenous Sami activists in Norway and Americans of Sami descent forced the first bank to divest from the Dakota Access pipeline. This is how they did it.