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That acknowledgement is taking a number of forms, varying by institution.
Rock Aak’w by seawalk.
The gala is funraising for a scholarship for other prospective Alaska Native healthcare workers.
‘We’re still here.”
Are you ready to r-Aak’w?
The Grand Camp Convention returns (mostly) in-person after a year’s absence due to pandemic.
Two artists living in Juneau were named as awardees.
More than a hundred braved driving rain for remembrance of missing children.
Sept. 30 is an annual day of remembrance for the victims of that system.
Funding into the future.
A place of “honor, dignity and respect”
Team of artists assemble pieces
The 60-by-25-foot mural will greet visitors.
“We just want to make sure families today get the information they’ve been wanting for decades”
It marks the first time a Tlingit design has been featured on a stamp, according to SHI.
From the Alaska Territorial Guard to today’s servicemembers, the Southeast has a legacy of service.
The objects will be returned to home, to be displayed in a future cultural ceremony.
Veteran lands available, DOI says.
Show aims to show Alaska Native cultures as they thrive in the modern world.