A project to create two memorial totem poles in order to honor desecrated ancestors’ graves is underway; the first pole was erected at a school in May.
Miss Alaska USA Alyssa London, will speak at the Urban Native Education Alliance’s 10th annual Rites of Passage Graduation Ceremony.
Sealaska Heritage Institute has posted another Native language dictionary online free of charge to make them more accessible to students revitalizing the language.
Rep. David Eastman has been censured by the Alaska House of Reps for his “abortion vacation” remark aimed at Alaska Native women; but it’s just a slap on the wrist.
A new study shows genetic links between skeletons found in Alaska and British Columbia and Indigenous Peoples living there today, backing up oral histories.
Tlingit brother-and-sister artists Rico and Crystal Worl aim to promote their heritage via their store, Trickster Company, in Juneau, Alaska.
On February 4, Alyssa London, Tlingit, was crowned Miss Alaska USA, a platform she hopes to use to better Native understanding.
Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Southeast Regional Language Committee will steer the new Haa Shuká Community Language Learning Project, which is the institute’s latest language revitalization effort.
For the 2016 elections there were so many superb candidates running for offices, I expected a record number of Native legislators.
As part of Baby Raven Reads Sealaska Heritage Institute will release 6 culturally-based children’s books that reflect the Native worldview.
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