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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.[1]

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.

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