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‘Anchorage as a community is only about 100 years old, but our history goes back well over 1,000 years’
Veteran lands available, DOI says.
Show aims to show Alaska Native cultures as they thrive in the modern world.
The $2.2 trillion legislation earmarked $8 billion for “Tribal governments” to cover expenses related to the pandemic.
The organizations worked in tandem for two months to make the translation project possible.
Condolences are coming in.
A federally recognized tribe is scrambling to raise funds to regain stewardship of the lands.
“We live for our children. We want to bring that sense of normalcy back in our lives.”
The federal government set aside more than $530 million for the so-called ANCs.
Seal oil is back on the menu for Inupiat elders.
The event is part of a resurgent trend for traditional weaving.
‘It’s a cultural and spiritual relationship.’
Her face will appear on the U.S. $1 coin this year.
Native Issues Forum gets emotional for speakers.
Tribes are already recognized federally.
Three Southeast Alaska villages were bombarded by the military in the 1800s.
The show involves Alaska Native characters, voice actors and writers.
The Native Pride Arts Dance Company is returning to Kenai tomorrow for the second time. The Native Pride Dancers visited in January and performed in… Continue reading