An audio slideshow of the Alaska Folk Festival, 2012.
She advocated against racial discrimination and for integrating cultural studies in the schools.
Southeast Alaska lost two well-known and much-loved acoustic musicians during the past year.
Alaska Folk Festival guest artists The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band perform the song “Big Daddy” at Centennial Hall in Juneau on April 12, 2012.
The Juneau Douglas High School Drama Department has been selected to perform next year at the prestigious International Fringe Theatre Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Rural Alaska’s economic and social problems require greater cooperation between Native Corporations and federally recognized tribes, says Tlingit and Haida Central Council President Ed Thomas. “We have very weak rural economies, we have high cost of energy that leads to high cost of living, higher cost of survival in our communities,” he says. Thomas says…
Shannon Daut of Denver takes over from the retiring Char Fox.
Alaska Native Corporations display a strong ethos of corporate responsibility, according to an anthropologist who studies the organizations.
Sealaska director and former CEO Byron Mallott says the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act is a work in progress.
Sealaska Heritage Foundation President Rosita Worl is the Alaska Federation of Native’s Citizen of the Year.