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How Sacred Objects Heal: A Tlingit's Journey, Part II
Editor's note: This is the second part of a personal narrative that began with Frank Hopper's "How Sacred Objects Heal: A Tlingit's Journey, Part I" ...
How Sacred Objects Heal: A Tlingit's Journey, Part I
Haa at.óowu haa ḵusteeyíx̱ site. —Séig̱éig̱éi Our at.óow is our life. —Emma Marks (1913-2006), Tlingit elder Discovering the Wound I was in the room when my mom died...
It Takes an (Indian) Village: Massive Totem Poles Raised in Juneau [Video, Photos]
It had been a long time coming, and when Sealaska Heritage Institute finally raised the new totem poles at the Gajaa Hit building in the Indian Village at Juneau, Alaska, the assem...
Secret Bidder Saves Sacred Object From Auction for Alaska Natives
Sealaska Heritage Institute
A major American foundation that anonymously purchased sacred objects during a fiercely contested auction in Paris last year has returned one of the pieces to Southeast Alaska Nati...
Sealaska Endorses Young, Egan and Muñoz
The Sealaska board of directors announced endorsement of Congressman Don Young, Alaska State Senator Dennis Egan and Alaska Representative Cathy Muñoz...
Jubilation Incarnate: Watch Sealaska’s Celebration 2014 Honor Alaska Native Heritage
The crowd of 2,000 danced, jingled and drummed their way to Juneau’s Centennial Hall Wednesday evening for Celebration 2014. And that was just the dancers...
Sealaska Heritage Institute Granted $455K for Language Revitalization
To increase the number of fluent Tlingit speakers under 60 years old by 300 percent over three years, the Sealaska Heritage Institute has received a federal grant to fund a Tlingit...
Amazing Step-by-Step Carving of Eagle Totem Pole by Young Brothers
Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) has announced that two brothers, Joe and TJ Young, will be carving totem poles and a screen for the Gajaa Hít building in Juneau’s Indian Village...
Sealaska Board Member, Tlingit Elder Clarence Jackson Walks On
Tlingit elder and board member of the Sealaska Corporation since its inception, Clarence Jackson Sr., lost his battle with cancer on January 31. He was 78 years old...
What Came First, the Raven or the Eagle?
Many have heard the question: What came first, the chicken or the egg? But what about the Raven or the Eagle?...
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