Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Tlingit & Haida) is pleased to announce the promotion of Alison Schoonover to Sacred Grounds Café Manager.
ANHC will receive $3 million in general operating support to enhance and support its healing, cultural, and educational programming work and an additional $100,000 in technical services.
A storybook for third-graders and an history book for high school students will be written by local experts and distributed for free to help young people and the public access detailed, accurate information on the Alutiiq past.
The Alaska Native Heritage Center has been awarded a $1.25 million grant to launch Unguwat: Resilience & Connection, a new Indigenous wellness project to serve young Alaska Native people.
The Alutiiq Museum is launching the Aluutiq Seal program to promote the work of Alutiiq artists and help consumers identify authentic Alutiiq-made art.
“I really encourage all Alaska Native corporations—for-profit, nonprofit, and tribes—to harness the power of media,” says BBNC’s Jason Metrokin. “People need to understand our history, our relevance, and the opportunities we provide, and advertising is a good way to do that.”
The Makushin Geothermal Project would accommodate all of Unalaska’s current and known potential customer base while reducing greenhouse gas emissions, increasing energy security, and helping diversify the local economy.
In the months leading up to the Census, government officials, advertising agencies, and tribal leaders worked together to create public outreach campaigns to encourage Alaska Native participation and ensure Alaska’s communities receive their fair share of federal funding.
At a time of rising unemployment, the web-based portal gives Cook Inlet Tribal Council a powerful tool to connect job seekers to available Alaska-based positions and career resources.
Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Tlingit & Haida) announced that United States Attorney General William Barr has approved the selection of 6th Vice President Catherine Edwards.
For the third year in a row, multiple entities and tribes are coming together to assist Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region villages with the removal of harmful e-waste.
Here is a sneak preview of an article featured in our annual Alaska Native special section, available in our upcoming September 2020 issue.
In This Issue
What’s Worked, What Hasn’t, and What’s Next
The novel coronavirus pandemic has required healthcare professional to take a long, hard look at our healthcare systems to determine what’s helping—and what’s hindering—their ability to deliver care. Alaska's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Anne Zink, provides her insights on how Alaska needs to move forward.