On a philanthropic, fact finding mission to the Arctic, Charles Annenberg Weingarten and the explore.org team dive into the unique culture of the Inuit people of Greenland and learn about their traditional cuisine, which includes raw seal meat, whale, caribou, walrus, and fish. Charles also visits the Qimaavik Women's Shelter for abused women and children, and learns about the high crime rate of Nunavut territory being tackled by extraordinary individuals in the area. Lastly, Charles experiences the husky throat singing of two Inuit girls, breaks the myth of the Arctic kiss, and learns Inuktitut from a patient Inuit elder. Learn more at explore.org.
Image: Tepolah Atagoseaq, an Inuit elder. Courtesy of Explore.org.