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.
BIA Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn said the concept of taking land into trust for Alaska tribes is a popular one.
The All Nations Children’s Dance Group of Juneau will dance in the Grand Entrance to Celebration tonight.
The National Congress of American Indians is holding their mid-year conference in Anchorage this week. Titled—Claiming our Rights and Strengthening our Governance, the … more
North Pacific Erectors began mobilizing for the $1.4 million project about three weeks ago
Native artists from all over the country are preparing for Celebration 2014 and showcasing their work on Twitter.
More than 70 years have passed since the U.S. government forced the people of Atka from their homes to an internment camp on Killisnoo Island in Southeast Alaska.