Báiki: The International Sámi Journal ("Báiki" means place in Sami) is a biannual English-language publication that covers Sami culture, history, and current affairs. The coverage also includes the community affairs of the Sami in North America, estimated at some 30,000 people.
The magazine was first published in 1991. The founding editor of the journal is Faith Fjeld, co-editor is Nathan Muus. It maintains an editorial office in Anchorage, Alaska and an archive in Oakland, California.
Báiki is a non-profit project of the Center for Environmental Economic Development, supported by grants from the Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation, subscriptions, contributions and advertisements.
- Árran the North American Sami Newsletter.
- Sami Siida of North America a network for Sami in North America.
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