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The Week That Was: May 29, 2016
Rainbow Flag Joins Grand Entry at SFSU
Seneca is Top Grad, Speaker at Syracuse
Stealing Pumpkins and Ordering Chickens
Re-colonize, Re-evangelize, Re-dominate
Mars Is Ready for Its Close-Up
DOI Sec. Jewell Denounces Paris Auction
Pulitzer Nominee Maurice Kenny Walks On
14 Images of FLOTUS in Santa Fe
Paulette Jordan Wins Idaho Primary
WaPo Poll: Surprising, Not Shocking
200 Native Artists at 'Native Treasures'
Fight Against R-Word Is Going Nowhere
An Unforgettable Day with Michelle Obama
EPA Brownfields Gives Tribes $1 Million
Deborah Parker to Dem Platform Committee
Trump’s Last Stand
Site C: A Test for Trudeau?
Political Porn; Rhino Horns
TripAdvisor Grants We-Ko-Pa Excellence
Thing About Skins
From Alaska to LA: Tlingit Playwright’s First Production Earns Prestigious Premiere
Two years ago when Tlingit playwright Frank Henry Kaash Katasse chatted with a woman at a play workshop in Juneau, he had no idea he was speaking with Jean Bruce Scott, co-founder ...
Melting Away: Documentary ‘Children of the Arctic’ Exploring Alaska Native Youth Airs on PBS
Descendants of the Iñupiat Eskimo people of Alaska are watching their ice—and with it their culture, languages and way of life—melt away...
$9 Million to 24 Tribal and Alaska Native Communities for Clean Energy
Clean, efficient energy projects for 24 American Indian and Alaska Native communities received a boost last week with 16 grants totaling $9 million, the U.S...
Facebook Group Connects Homeless Alaska Natives and Their Families
On June 12 Jerry Marsha Riley posted a picture of her brother Johnny Nagasiak to the Anchorage-based Facebook group, Forget me not ...
Sealaska Doles Out 289 Scholarships to College Students
Marissa Brakes, an undergraduate student studying criminal justice at Boise State University, is just one of 289 scholarship recipients for the 2015-2016 academic year...
Native Land Settlement Activist ‘Etok’ Edwardsen Walks On
Charles “Etok” Edwardsen Jr., “a brilliant but controversial Eskimo activist” according to Alaska Dispatch News , walked on May 8 while on a whaling trip outside of Barrow, Alaska...
Video: Traditional Foods to Be Served to Elders in Nursing Facilities
What happens to traditional diet when Alaska Native elders move into long-term care facilities?...
Honey Buckets and Ice Hauling: Native Alaskans Cope With Lack of Running Water
Mary Annette Pember
I’d heard about the use of honey buckets in rural Alaska but assumed the reality would turn out to be simply another example of the American habit of exaggeration...
Grassroots Haida Revitalization Videos: Keeping the Language Alive
Schools, universities, and organizations throughout Indian country are working towards revitalizing endangered indigenous languages, but in Ketchikan, Alaska, it is the community t...
Video: What Is Language Revitalization?
YouTube user Susie, a Haida speaker from Alaska, sits down to discuss basic definitions of what language revitalization actually is...
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