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Five TikTokers to follow for National Indigenous History Month – Cabin Radio

by ahnationtalk on June 12, 202427 Views

June 12, 2024

To celebrate National Indigenous History Month, TikTok unveiled a list of Indigenous “Visionary Voices” at the start of June.

On the list was Taalrumiq – Christina King – an Inuvialuit and Gwich’in fashion designer, artist, speaker, and cultural educator who grew up in Tuktoyaktuk.

Taalrumiq’s content focuses on sharing her culture with the world through art, fashion, advocacy, and Indigenizing trends.

Cabin Radio asked Taalrumiq to help curate a list of Indigenous TikTokers who northerners should follow.

Here’s Taalrumiq’s list of voices to follow.

Itivimmiut is an Inuk Elder from Nunavik who shares short videos of Inuktitut words, breaking down the word’s meaning with root words, prefixes and suffixes.

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