TNP125 Stephanie Papik on Inuit Tattoos and Cultural Reclamation

47 minutes

Stephanie Papik is an indigenous Inuit woman, experienced facilitator and program manager, current Director of Indigenous Relations and stakeholder Engagement for a division of the government of British columbia, as well as fibre artist and entrepreneur.

What strikes many people upon first meeting Stephanie, probably second after her big warm smile, are her beautiful facial tattoos.

I was so pleased she agreed to come on the show and talk about what these tattoos mean to her and to her Inuit culture.

Check out the show notes at carmenspagnola.com for links to all the resources mentioned in this episode.

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