Studies show Indigenous students are more successful when they have their own culture in their classroom — but non-Native K-12 teachers often have no idea how to incorporate culture into their teaching.
In one of the new books, two animals that are complete opposites want to play with each other.
Legislation introduced by Alaska’s congressional delegation this fall would grant over 23,000 acres each to five new urban Native corporations, in Petersburg, Wrangell, Haines, Tenakee and Ketchikan.
Once the project is complete, the digital archive of the Dauenhauer Literary Estate will be public for everyone, not just academic researchers.
Neiman Marcus is selling a so-called “Ravenstail knitted coat” on its website, which the lawsuit alleges copies a notable Alaska Native weaver’s design.
In the race for Sealaska’s board of directors, three of the four seats up for election went to board-endorsed candidates running on a joint platform.
They say the proposed University of Alaska Southeast merger scenarios will not resolve the financial challenges facing the university system.
Sealaska Corp. is pledging $1 million to communities of its 22,000 shareholders impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
State regulators will fine some Alaska Native corporation shareholders over their criticism on social media. That’s because free speech is not protected when it comes to corporate elections.
It’s well known that traumatic experiences can have lifelong impacts on health and well-being. But it’s possible that those effects can last longer than a single lifetime. A new study asks whether the effects of trauma have been passed down genetically in Tlingit families in Hoonah.