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Tadashi Ogawa, left, visited Kiska and Attu last summer to shoot footage for "When The Fog Clears." (Photo by Berett Wilber/KUCB)

‘When The Fog Clears’ filmmaker aims to make Forgotten War unforgettable

| Alaska Native Arts & Culture, Aleutians, Arts & Culture, Featured News, History, Military, Nation & World | No Comments
The Aleutian Islands served as the battleground for some of the bloodiest conflicts on American soil since the Civil War. But most people have never heard of the Battle of Attu, the invasion of Kiska, or even the Aleutian campaign.…

Rasmuson Distinguished Artist of 2018 draws inspiration from Alaska

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Amason credits his childhood of seal hunting, clam digging, and fishing as inspiration for many of his pieces.

Petersburg welcomes new storyteller’s pole

| Alaska Native Arts & Culture, Featured News, Southeast | No Comments
Native and non-Native community members celebrated the pole’s unveiling Thursday afternoon despite earlier concerns that the library had skipped traditional protocol.

UAF hosts Alaska Native language conference to help preserve knowledge

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This comes a few weeks after the legislature asked the governor to declare an Alaska Native language emergency.

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