What We Stand To Lose: Community Leaders Saving the Arctic’s Cultural Heritage

Bill Fitzhugh March 10, 2022

On March 16th at 12 pm ET, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, will host a virtual conversation with Victoria Herrmann, a United States Coast Guard White House Fellow and researcher who interviewed and worked with hundreds of community leaders in the Arctic to identify needs, document traditions, and secure resources to keep those communities culturally safe from the impact of climate change. 

See: What We Stand To Lose: Community Leaders Saving the Arctic’s Cultural Heritage

Registration link: https://naturalhistory.si.edu/events/women-striving-save-cultural-heritage-arctic-conversation-ifthen-ambassador-victoria

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