Half of the first language speakers of Kodiak Alutiiq died between 2020 and 2022.
Jim Metzner has traveled far and wide to record sounds of the world and share them with listeners. The Library of Congress will preserve thousands of tapes and other items dating back to the 1970s.
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell’s podcast is a platform for people doing language revitalization and decolonization work across North America.
KRBD spoke with seven Southeast carvers working on Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Totem Pole Trail project.
Friends and family remember Hewson as a mentor, a culture bearer and a fixture of life in Metlakatla.
Growing up, Crystal Worl remembers looking up at the 120-foot-long mural on G Street that showed major events in Anchorage’s history. But there wasn’t anyone in the painting who looked like her.
Only people who live in unincorporated areas of the borough will be eligible to vote on the measure.
Longtime Alaska journalist, author and historian Lael Morgan died last week at age 86.
The Brown family has lived in different communities in Alaska over the years and has burned some bridges along the way.
It’s the first book that Goade has both written and illustrated herself.