The petition states, “We, the undersigned, will not allow fear-mongering to drown out our compassion for those seeking refuge from war or violent conflict …”
As a child in Iran, Parisa Elahian was told by school officials she wasn’t equal with other children. “They called us dirty, so they had to separate us from the other kids, so I was in the corner of the class,” Elahian said.
For a little over 20 years, Kasilof helped supply one of the most haute couture trends of the fashionably elite.
“We’re helping to write down the story of how boarding schools are affecting us and our families today, so that our children and grandchildren will know the history.”
Juneau’s Gunakadeit Park getting ready to be torn down. The park will serve as the staging area for the larger demolition of the Gastineau Apartments.
Letters from Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley and Andy Warhol will be read and accompanied by a slideshow, giving listeners unique insight into the lives of heroes and celebrities of the past.
Three young Metlakatla residents have started a new nonprofit organization with the goal of strengthening their Tsimshian culture. The first task is helping to create a larger pool of fluent speakers of the Tsimshian language, starting with themselves.
A Tlingit totem pole has returned to Prince of Wales Island after a more than 5,000-mile odyssey to Hollywood, Honolulu and back home.
U.S.Navy’s first namesake for Alaska’s capital city was sunk 73 years ago Friday during the naval battle of Guadalcanal. Only 10 sailors out of 697 survived.
A state researcher challenges persistent narrative and modern language implying that local Tlingits were assimilated or simply vanished.