The first episode will broadcast in early September.
i·den·ti·ty: the state of having unique identifying characteristics held by no other person or thing
“A State can be discussed in terms of the many roles it plays in national, regional, and local government and in terms of its history, geography, and demographics. Each State has a unique identity evidenced by those of us who carry a lifelong allegiance to the place where we grew up, our home State.”
- September 3, 2015- "I say bravo for the trapper. The state won’t do what’s right. He should do what’s right," says Pete Buist, spokesman for the Alaska Trappers Association.
- September 3, 2015- On Twitter, over email lists, and in wry internal reports, journalists complained about a lack of legitimate opportunities to question the administration’s policies.
- September 3, 2015- As a regional hub for 10 remote villages about 30 miles above the Arctic Circle, Kotzebue is where Obama came closest to actually seeing the communities he’s touted throughout his trip as being imperiled by climate change.
- September 3, 2015- Alaskans of all stripes came out this week for a chance to shake hands with President Barack Obama, or at least glimpse his motorcade, but one person not on hand for the big visit was Don Young, Alaska’s only member of the U.S. House of representatives.