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Feds need to ‘show their work.’
Yelling, throw snowing caught on video by organizers.
For some, law enforcment agencies and data systems are active parts of the problem.
With physical gatherings limited, virtual events and statements marked the day.
Seal oil is back on the menu for Inupiat elders.
The award was announced on Monday.
It’s the second pandemic-related scheduling change for the event.
The initiative has treated Indigenous tribes as sovereign governments and set aside special vaccine shipments.
Alaskans won’t need to Google her.
Many organizations are withdrawing their searchers but continuing their support of recovery work.
Everyone from SAR specialists to tribal organizations to uniformed services are helping out.
They hope to get a turkey for each household in the hard-hit town.
“An unimaginable void.”
The future may not be a rosy one, but they plan to be ready for it.
The Alaska Native community and military must work together, commanders say
Partnerships, tribal authority, and reliable funding cam help strangle this crisis.
Every hand makes a difference.
The legacy of colonization is still a threat to the future of Indigenous culture here, many say.
Game makers work with artists, nonprofit to portray local culture.
The two Department of Justice grants totalled nearly $3 million.