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City signals support for renaming South Seward Street
Sealaska Heritage Institute applied for it to be renamed to Heritage Way.
Tribal recognition bill clears Senate, nears finish line
Senators say recognition of tribes was overdue.
Planet Alaska: Smokehouse values
There are many ways to smoke salmon, but it takes discipline to take the time to learn and listen.
‘Once again, Angoon has a dugout’: Village residents welcome dugout canoe 140 years after bombardment
It’s the first dugout canoe in Angoon since the U.S. destroyed the village’s fleet in 1882.
Kake to welcome artifacts — some over 200 years old — back home
‘When I looked at them it was like looking at my past and my elders’
U.S.-Canada summit leads to renewed calls for transboundary mining cleanups
Indigenous leaders — including Rep. Peltola, U.S. and Canadian tribes — seek joint oversight of areas
Downtown’s Seward Street could soon have a new name
SHI President called for the change during a recent public gathering downtown.
Hundreds in Juneau celebrate the dedication of Kootéeyaa Deiyí
The 12 totem poles line the waterfront of downtown Juneau.
House invocation with Native land acknowledgement draws objection
Six members vote to keep remarks made from official journal as tribal asssembly meets nearby
Budget items and policy changes recommended to help protect Indigenous women and girls
Dangers can be addressed through the budget and through other practical actions, activists said.
Celebration marks completion of mural
A place of “honor, dignity and respect”
Officials honor Elizabeth Peratrovich day with proclamations
With physical gatherings limited, virtual events and statements marked the day.
Millions of acres are available for Vietnam-era Alaska Native veterans, but many in Southeast don’t want it
‘We want Southeast Alaska.’
Traditional Games are returning to Juneau
Registration is now open and games will be livestreamed.
Indigenous Holiday Market features local artists
Market’s first return since 2018.
Walter Soboleff Day marked with pledge of action
Church leaders share details about planned apology for church closure
Veterans speak candidly about their experiences during Vietnam War at roundtable
“I did not want to kill people,” said Mike Wong, one of the speakers at the event.
‘I put everything into the art’: Her work blends bright colors and humor to depict Tlingit life and stories
The exhibit will run until early January
Growing greens and resiliency: Angoon school hopes to increase village’s food sovereignty
“I think the most important thing I have learned is that change can be realistic and possible”
AFN Convention returns with in-person event
About 6,000 people expected at three-day gathering in Anchorge featuring performances and politics