Artist explores Inuit heritage as Greenland youth seek new cultural identity
05 April 2021 | 10:38 am
Her traditional hand and face markings a sign of her Inuit pride, Seqininnguaq Lynge Poulsen is part of a new generation of Greenland youths seeking a new cultural identity, with an eye on independence one day.
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