The literal translation is “life of the free air.”
The artwork of Tlingit artist Rico Lanáat’ Worl will be featured on a new postage stamp set for distribution next year.
A new Anchorage Museum exhibit gathers artwork from women from Alaska, Canada, Iceland, Finland and Russia to explore their often untold histories.
“If somehow this improves the world that we live in locally here, and it can make things better for those that are not here yet, that is so classically Tlingit.”
Once the project is complete, the digital archive of the Dauenhauer Literary Estate will be public for everyone, not just academic researchers.
Alex Trebek visited and donated to the Musk Ox Farm in Palmer for more than three decades.
Lambert says she was happy that the Biden campaign made an effort to show the diversity of America by including its Indigenous people.
The gaffe led to the hashtag #SomethingElse trending on Native social media calling out the cable news network for its political erasure.
Humans have found their way to St. Matthew from time to time — but none for very long.
Katzeek was the clan leader of the Shangukeidi, the first president of Sealaska Heritage Foundation and an educator who championed Tlingit culture and language.