Gwich’in Athabascan songwriter Daniel Firmin of Fort Yukon and Fairbanks performs “Call Me What You Want” as part of the Red Carpet Celebration Sessions, a video series featuring Alaska Native artists filmed during Celebration 2018 in Juneau.
The Red Carpet Celebration Sessions are a collaboration between Kindred Post, Trickster Company and KTOO Public Media. You can watch other Red Carpet Concerts with Lily Hope, Indian Agent, and past Celebration Sessions from 2016 in this YouTube playlist.
As Trump administration contemplates drilling in Arctic waters, North Slope organizations stress need to protect subsistence resourcesIn public comments made available on a federal site, most North Slope institutions didn’t express outright opposition to the plan. But they did voice concern for subsistence resources and hunters' continued access to them.
- While tourism demand is growing in Unalaska, Carlin Enlow of the Unalaska Visitors Bureau doesn't see the small fishing community becoming a major cruise ship destination like Ketchikan or Juneau.
- A research project by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game seeks to understand the genetic differences between wild and farmed pink salmon populations.
- Jeff Clements says 19 states and 800 American cities have already adopted resolutions supporting the amendment. Alaska isn't one of them.