They are Alaska’s Indigenous Peoples, most of them from one of 229 federally recognized tribes and here’s 10 things you should know about them.
The history of the Inupiat is a saga riddled with tragedy; yet is a story of resiliency, economic savvy and precarious survival based.
The Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico recently conferred 73 degrees and certificates to graduating students.
From Standing Rock to Alaska and a new film Wind River, Actor Martin Sensmeier continues to make a lasting impression as a trailblazing Native star and champion baller
Take an acoustic journey through the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and intently listen to music in its purest form. Every wild habitat on the planet — even ants and larvae — create their own sound signature.
“A soundscape is a voice of a living habitat,” says Dr. Bernie Krause, noted and...
Mary Annette Pember
Alaska Natives have found a variety of beautiful and functional uses from the mysterious material material known as baleen, harvested from the bowhead whale.
President Obama appointed Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman and Charles D. Brower of the Native Village of Barrow to key administration posts.
Residents of Barrow, Alaska voted October 4 to change the city’s name to Utqia?vik, the name the city is known as by Inupiat people.
Tanya H. Lee
Sally Jewell is in Alaska today to sign a new commitment to federal-American Indian cooperation in the management of public lands and resources.
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