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May 31, 2014 - Kangiqsualujjuaq, Canada.In the extreme northeast corner of Quebec, in an Inuit village isolated by hundreds of kilometers of tundra, a high school graduating group, Timothy Baron, Maasa Ittulak, Andrea Brazeau, Nicholas Annanack , Eileen Emudluk, Donald Etok, Julia St-Aubin, Traugott Annanack, meets at a traditional encampment overlooking the Ungava Bay to celebrate their graduation in pride. A very beautiful moment when there was, yes, pride, but also emotion. Some of these young people have been through things that few people can imagine, to get there. Of the group, only two pursued their studies in the "South". For the most part, cultural shock, performance requirements, unbridled pace and separation from their universe are obstacles that are too difficult to overcome
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May 31, 2014 - Kangiqsualujjuaq, Canada.In the extreme northeast corner of Quebec, in an Inuit village isolated by hundreds of kilometers of tundra, a high school graduating group, Timothy Baron, Maasa Ittulak, Andrea Brazeau, Nicholas Annanack , Eileen Emudluk, Donald Etok, Julia St-Aubin, Traugott Annanack, meets at a traditional encampment overlooking the Ungava Bay to celebrate their graduation in pride. A very beautiful moment when there was, yes, pride, but also emotion. Some of these young people have been through things that few people can imagine, to get there. Of the group, only two pursued their studies in the "South". For the most part, cultural shock, performance requirements, unbridled pace and separation from their universe are obstacles that are too difficult to overcome