She has travelled Greenland, Europe and Canada performing modern drum dance, traditional singing, and displaying sealskin fashions.
Currently Aaju has a home-based sealskin garment business, translates, volunteers for the music society, collects traditional law from elders for the Department of Justice, and raises her five children—just recently, she graduated from Akitsiraq Law School and was called to the bar.
These days Aaju is advocating for Inuit rights to seal and sealskin products as well as the Inuit right to be involved in issues related to Arctic waters.
Brandon has worked in the Polar Regions as an expedition leader, educator and adventure guide for over 12 years.
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Here, Aaju picked up English and Inuktitut, which has helped her succeed in her work as an interpreter, and she has done volunteer work with various women's and interpretation organizations.
Her interests led her to the Arctic College where she took Inuit studies.
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