Five Years of Hell: Prelude to ANCSA
Free event this Friday at UAA helps answer the question: "What is ANCSA?"
On Friday, November 11, “Five Years to Hell: Prelude to ANCSA” will be presented from 6-9 p.m. at Rasmuson Hall Room 101 at the University of Alaska Anchorage. It is the second in an orientation series on Alaska Natives and will enlighten attendees and help answer the question: “What is ANSCA?”
Speakers include Willie Iggiagruk Hensley, Distinguished Visiting Faculty; Emil Notti, First President of AFN (Alaska Federation of Natives); Willy Templeton, Director of NSS (Native Student Services); and a UAA student panel.
The event is being sponsored by the College of Business and Public Policy, Office of Alaska Natives & Diversity, Native Student Services, and Alaska Native Media Group. Fry Bread is being provided by Camai Room.
The first in the orientation series: “Who are the Alaska Natives,” was presented to a standing room only crowd on September 16. The third presentation: “Modernization of Alaska Native Villages” is planned for February 10, 2017.
The series is open to all faculty, students, and the general public.