Joy Harjo Quote: “I hear from my Inuit and…”

I hear from my Inuit and Yupik relatives up north that everything has changed. It’s so hot; there is not enough winter. Animals are confused. Ice is melting.

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Name: Joy Harjo
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: May 9, 1951
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