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The idea is to inspire awareness and change, Damen Bell-Holter said.
She’s happy to be that voice.
The Alaska State Museum usually gets more than 15,000 guests over summer. This year, it’s 500.
The Tribal Emergency Operations Center is looking out for nearly 35,000 tribal citizens.
It’s the 1st of seven planned offices, including a site in Anchorage
Alaska Native corporations are eligible for relief funding for tribes, a federal judge ruled.
Soon, the courts will gain access to several national crime databases.
The event is part of a resurgent trend for traditional weaving.
Celebration is scheduled to resume in-person next year.
The case is the first of its kind in the U.S.
$500,000 toward dealing with immediate needs have already been disbursed.
New dates are in 2021.
Far away from each, teams still found a way to be close.
Teams will come from across the state — and country.
‘It’s a cultural and spiritual relationship.’
Native Issues Forum gets emotional for speakers.
Her face will appear on the U.S. $1 coin this year.
We study history to avoid the mistakes of the past.
Tribes are already recognized federally.
The ovoid is the heart of it all.