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The state Department of Labor and Workforce Development's 'Employees' Frequently Asked Questions" pamphlet in Tagalog.

State labor rights FAQ translated to Tagalog

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Not all employees in Alaska speak English proficiently, but the State Department of Labor and Workforce Development wants to make sure that all of them understand their rights.

In "Never Alone: Foxtales," Nuna and Fox navigate on an umiak. They start in the Kotzebue area and eventually find themselves on the Noatak River. (Image courtesy Upper One Games)

Ishmael Hope recrafts a family tale in “Never Alone” follow-up

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Foxtales is based on a story told by Ishmael Hope’s late grandfather, Willie Panik Goodwin. Hope relied on his uncles, Alaska Native elders from Kotzebue, to write the game’s narrative.

Dancers kick off the grand opening of the Wrangell Cooperative Association Cultural Center on Saturday, July 25, 2015. (Photo by Katarina Sostaric/KSTK)

Wrangell takes another step in its cultural revival journey

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“It’s great to see that we’re this far and knowing that we’re going to be carving these totems very soon. We made it this far from next to nothing,” says Tribal Administrator Aaron Angerman.

Tlingit artist Wayne Price teaches a formline design class sponsored by SHI in Haines. (Photo by Emily Files/KRBD)

Formline classes a hit in Skagway

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“It’s something that’s been passed down one generation to the next and it’s still with us today and it still works,” says artist Wayne Price.

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