Monday at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll get the details about Saturday’s reading by Ishmael Hope, Defenders of Alaska Native Country with Ishmael and Director Flordelindo Lagundino;
Dr. Bob Purvis, resident of Southeast Alaska Assisted Living, will join us to talk about employing technology to assist people with vision impairments;
and Rachel Brown, from AWARE, will be here to highlight upcoming Advocacy Training sessions coming up the first two weeks of April;
That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Monday at 3 on KTOO-News.
- Wayne Price thinks if there is going to be a wider healing among Natives in America, the U.S. government needs to apologize for the devastating toll the boarding schools took.
- Alaska’s economic woes are affecting all corners of the state, especially communities that were banking on an Arctic boom.
- The dead included one police officer from a local university. At least nine other people were hurt, including four police officers.
- Studies recommended relocating villages like Newtok, Kivalina and Shishmaref. But more than 10 years later they are still there, with waves getting higher and storms getting stronger.