Reindeer school upholds Norway Indigenous traditions

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Education has often been used as a way to force Indigenous communities to assimilate. But there is an effort to build a stronger education system for Norway's Sámi people — one that respects their traditional knowledge. Logan Turner reports from the Reindeer Husbandry School in Norway. This story was produced by the University of British Columbia’s Global Reporting Program.

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