tv Documentary RT April 1, 2021 6:30am-7:01am EDT
my 1st year here which was 15 years ago. i thought. you see these commercials you know about helping other countries and i'm thinking look at this place. and why isn't there commercial to help the people here like there's not running water in the houses and and there's you know the so they still have this honey look at system they have to haul their water like this is not america anymore you know not the america i grew up in this is like wow. newtok is a very rural. community with their language and their culture and there's insistence it's really strong here still and that's a good thing but worst case scenario my fear is that a couple of houses are lost families or are displaced and have to move to other communities or bethel with other family members and that yeah this that that new village doesn't get built quick enough for new talk to move there and then it the
community ends up repair out. odd. cars. out there that are the truck. and while. for folks who believe that sense of belonging is taken away so then you have to try to reestablish that feeling that. you're not thinking every day that i got a whole lot of alcohol and if i could hear it you get those conveniences but what you lose is the access to food. and access to community and
when you're part of the tribe it's very difficult to leave and not kill a sense of loss. to see this guy station or. someone go to some guy was shot here last summer got killed bridge or the gas station a boy or somebody got shot and killed just last week to reconfigure another shot. there was a couple gunshots and i turned. 44 and 9. comparing . notes. to city keep your kids 247. just let them out of village like they do. take some adjusting. if.
taken off the stage. you know. somebody could. probably lose something and my opinion and i don't like. you doing it i think i know you are pro-choice. which means that all the costs and everything on. the kids small kids are safe. to move 5 years. within 5 years and. from my perspective it isn't is just a has become a. offer for the printer on stevie's and sees we're in a say hey let's let's do
a study. let's do this and mo will fill our budget here in anchorage and fairbanks and somewhere else nor make a living for us at the expense of new talk people. well i'm optimistic about a future the only way to go forward to the 21st century is to have a healing process. it's going to take time and i believe in the future everything will settle down and forget about the old. b. c. and give you.
this girl who committed suicide was being bullied or other. students and the. bullies were saying. it's going good. you're working this. we will miss you. and sue course and facebook isn't that illegal there's something to the. cyber bullying so i'm sure some give or trouble. how efficient it all at home know that it matters to come back and just come back next month. and john fisher. but.
is to create trusts are volunteer. to take on various jobs and with artificial intelligence will summon the demon. the robot must protect its own existence as a mix of. humanity has never seen such strange natural phenomena before giant coming to this appearing in the young mt peninsula. one after another. one never dull to pick up again you prove yourself to take your cue for you know whom does look we're going to make that you warn me of. this one appeared in 2020. how often and where will new crisis appear as i described how dangerous own day for
human this family and this little of the 102021 russian scientists came quite close to working out what's going on. they built a full scale 3 d. model of the black hole. we're going to work on building things across to the sun. and that's for me. oh it's actually happening i mean these crews are serious.
people who are just in the nick of time 2. hours is some of the has already occurred to broader. you can breathe it's. a poor thing to. want to be knocked. down i don't want to. know what. the burden kind of at the new site must pick was basically orchestrated and celebrate 6 this 2017 construction season and the celebration was not only to help . congratulate the tribe and the community for perseverance through the process and getting to this point but to also help them recognize that things are happening
and there is hope for their future and that they're not just being from. their shoot. better because as. a stage in this. you know to start building. her and to support not losing home to this discomfort fall. this is what people are afraid of. and there's actually a family. moving pitching a tent. oh very scary because they're afraid. albertine she is worried. me you know i am going to cool their marriage grave crimes then it won't 10 i'm not going to stay there.
code. for this. this is our notice to proceed from the united states department of the interior bureau of indian affairs. one god we've got 4 hostages bill right now that we're construction simultaneously we've got a crusher crew with up at the pit right now we've got here and. they're driving the truck and they're coming down the hall with one count down to here by october 3rd she's going to kind of thing and then through that the final we're
going to be working on the design for the community streets and then next year we'll be finishing the 4 houses that are currently getting started and then building one other house and hopefully more at least secure funding for housing for future houses. on. good works like the board probably refer to when we started the parent the military helping the village to relocate. and we're a habit to have. the new car at the new village sorry. and as you can see they turn. to lay down in a base and which will be the for the next several years for us as we roll in every summer you're one of the questions i get asked all the time is move in alaska native village how come you guys do what you guys do now is that you can fight you
think better to do the truth of the matter is the marine corps has no business in relocating or in alaska native village that's not what we do but what we do we do is train our brains and sailors and the other service personnel involved in expeditionary engineering projects and to do something so far away from home if you will in the remote alaskan tundra in a difficult place to get to by boat by air every kind of way this is exactly the type of challenge the training opportunity i think it's a good thing for the region it's a good thing for. residents to really see the start of this. is going to take a while it's not happening fast enough for me but you know to have all the assets the united states government involved in this project is pretty amazing. i'm glad it's here.
and shelter you know the homes and you talk it's all i can we were not built for the arctic they were not built for that and vironment. and their 18 that were already because they weren't designed for that place. on. this one. you know to see. some of the nation's 1st. truck with props i want to have another. i don't mind paying. 24 years and we have to do with there's just water. and i'm going to move across there. soon. pioneer coverage. no way from locked in cage there's
a lot of my clothes my stuff i stink i took my stuff i'm almost ready for. this in part. but. we were told we'd move your house is 2016 and i was so excited to i told him i'd make each day going to move warehouses next year 2016 came. and. then they should i guarantee you they would move their houses 2007 t. . still nothing. the larder. their store and their ocean won't say their toy to enter the 2018. i can't mohawk so today was one of our people have been waiting for over 20 years
for this opportunity. they've been waiting patiently to work is. here. and i have to. i have to ask them please be patient. please be patient. in waiting 22 years. much another month or 2. and think about it if another country threaten to wipe out an american town we do everything in our power to protect it. climate change poses the same threat right now. and that's why i care so deeply about this if we do nothing temperatures in
alaska are projected to rise between 6 and 12 degrees by the end of the century. and it's runs all of us with hardships not just. people up north. there are many other places in america that have to deal with those questions right now but there will be. what's happening here. is america's wake up call it should be the world's wake-up call. will. little me. all the war will or will win the war
ones. anymore or. all of the information in the world when you put it together and ah so it's the final thing is lee it adds up to 0 it adds up to nothing all the aleutian of differentiation will be obliterated the illusion of making a profit will be obliterated because we're entering into a period of the singularity. in the 1920 s. and thirty's several 100 african-americans moved to the soviet union and many of their descendants still live in russia. no no rush but us throw up our stuff yes it got worse when things on your way. back home like american suffered
from racism and a complete lack of prospects. of the real. one by elsa store. so they decided to leave everything behind and start a new life in a country about which they knew almost nothing at all some of the earth career troops who were too through during the night. found great crowds. to move a few you're going to call you and now almost a 100 years later history is repeating itself my great grandfather george time went to russia. probable worst. to go anywhere why not me. when i come here.
problem drugs don't always come from unscrupulous dealers but from pharmacies to in every state in the united states we seem very sharp increase in the number of people. seeking treatment for addiction to prescription opioids invited america under the banner of medicine persisted with the pain but this of trying to wean him off though she just goes after dose after dose after dose and really became his drug dealer so who's to blame patients doctors manufacturers all the governments. seem wrong when all the rules just don't hold. any belief yet to shape out just to become educated and engaged with equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart when she's to look for common ground.
the sickest. the city didn't i know the did every stage of this epidemic we might say to ourselves that we could have done better but we make mistakes alyssa's true . a stark admission of failure in the handling of become a crisis by the french president as the country's president 100000 promised for some post a 3rd national blocked out. and there's fears of a nursing exodus in the u.k. as a forward deals with north and poor n.h.s. workers is more likely right now and that in money but many are fighting to exhaustion from the pandemic they speak to one british nurse. with such an easy thing crazy but why the cost of living has gone up the wages have been.