A federal trial is underway to determine whether the State of Alaska does enough to serve voters who speak Native languages.
Fry bread has generations of history in many Alaska Native families, where the untraditional food has become a cultural fixture.
Sealaska Heritage Institute raised more than $75,000 during Celebration for the Walter Soboleff Center in downtown Juneau
Juneau police are asking for help identifying a man in connection with a racist incident during Saturday morning’s Celebration parade through downtown.
Della Cheney started weaving a Ravenstail robe for her daughter. Partway through the weaving, she was diagnosed with cancer.
The Juried Art Show and Competition is raising the bar for Native artists in Southeast Alaska.
Paddlers from Yakutat to Metlakatla and places in between landed their canoes on a Juneau beach Wednesday afternoon.
More than 2,000 Southeast Alaska Natives danced their way to Juneau’s Centennial Hall Wednesday evening for Celebration 2014.
Tlingit carver and artist Wayne Price of Haines took Best of Show in Sealaska Heritage Institute’s seventh Juried Art Show and Competition.
The Tlingit and Haida Dancers of Anchorage are getting ready to go to celebration.