Native American Public Telecommunications



Whaling Season (4/27/00)

Date of this Version

April 2000


Despite a growing number of opponents and hardships, Native people are continuing their tradition of hunting whales in the springtime. These annual hunts provide an opportunity for the people of the North Pacific and the Alaskan seas to subsist on the seasonal cycles of migratory animals. Do you feel it's more important to stop hunting whales for preservation? Or should Native people continue one of the continent's oldest and most sacred cultural traditions?

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