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Antique Roadshow Features Rare Tlingit Masks
Mary Annette Pember
Appraiser Ted Trotta described two Tlingit masks depicting a wolf and a human face featured on Public Television’s Antique Roadshow earlier this month as “among the most rare objec...
Tribal Sovereignty Remains Alaska’s Unfinished Business
Do Alaska Native tribes possess sovereignty? A simple question. And, in Indian country, the answer is usually a quick “yes.” Of course...
Obama Protects Alaska Refuge, Opens Drilling in Arctic and Atlantic
Citing Native subsistence fishing traditions among other considerations, President Barack Obama has designated 12.3 million acres as wilderness in the Arctic National Wildlife Refu...
Gimmicks and Governing are Old School’s Last Act; Painful Austerity Ahead
We just watched the end of The Old School Congress...
Obama Declares Bristol Bay Off Limits to New Oil and Gas Drilling Leases
The Bristol Bay watershed has been saved, at least from oil and gas drilling...
Alaska Natives to British Columbia: Please Tighten Up Your Mining Act
Alaska Natives, environmentalists and fishery owners, spooked by recent mining accidents and proposals in neighboring British Columbia, have asked the province to tighten regulatio...
Children in the Crosshairs: The Emerging Battle Over Alaska’s Native Children
Richard had made up his mind. By the time he was 16, the Yup’ik boy had been bounced around in foster care for years when he made the life-altering decision to escape...
Native Alaska Takes a Seat at the Table—and Plans to Stay There
“I saw so many Native people on the new governor’s transition team,” said Kim Reitmeier, president of ANCSA Regional Association, an organization for Native-corporation CEOs...
10 Things You Should Know About Alaska Natives
More than 140,000 people have a unique relationship with the land known as the Last Frontier...
Native Alaska Votes and Celebrates
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