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Growing up in Juneau, and later when raising our own children, our family attended countless Fourth of July parades, patriotic celebrations, and picnics. The holiday… Continue reading
Two incidents, one in May, one in September, have marred the museum this year.
The messages within the graffiti are considered a hate crime, according to police.
‘Scars don’t heal if the scabs keep getting picked’: Nation’s hurt is felt at home, say black and indigenous leaders
Black and Alaska Native voices speak in concert against systemic racism.
In 2017, Chris Apassingok of Gambell made a remarkable strike on a whale, helping bring home thousands of pounds of meat in the annual subsistence… Continue reading