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Women at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center listen to the songs they wrote together for their children. (Photo by Anne Hillman/Alaska Public Media)

Lullaby Project connects mothers to children through prison walls

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A program aimed at helping mothers who are in prison connect with their kids is called the Lullaby Project. Professional musicians work with inmates at the Hiland Mountain Correctional Center in Eagle River to write songs for the inmate’s children then the musicians record them onto a CD.
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Alaska Natives protesting Dakota Access pipeline share mixed views on oil

By | Alaska Native Arts & Culture, Alaska Native Government & Policy, Alaska's Energy Desk, Environment, Featured News, Health | No Comments
About 60 demonstrators, including many Alaska Natives, gathered in downtown Anchorage Saturday afternoon to sing, dance and carry signs. They were there to support North Dakota's Standing Rock Sioux tribe in their fight against the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
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Alaskans paddle to protest North Dakota pipeline

By | Alaska Native Arts & Culture, Alaska Native Government & Policy, Alaska's Energy Desk, Energy & Mining, Environment, Featured News, Health, Outdoors | No Comments
Members of the One People Canoe Society from Juneau paddled in unison today down the Missouri River in North Dakota. The trip is a show of solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux, who are protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline Project.
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