Alaska’s oldest Native organizations are giving younger members more power. That’s the result of leadership elections held at the recent Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood Grand Camp Convention in Juneau.
Alaska’s oldest Native organizations are trying to attract younger members. That and other issues are on the table at the ANB-ANS Grand Camp Convention Oct. 5-8.
The new bridge is designed to handle increased traffic and will be rededicated to commemorate the Alaska Native Brotherhood’s civil rights advocacy.
Sealaska has taken possession of 70,000 acres that used to be part of the Tongass National Forest.
Bob Loescher was accused of theft for use of funds devoted to Southeast subsistence rights
New Glacier Highway crossing at Mendenhall River will feature four lanes, sidewalk, multi-use path
Alaska’s largest Native organization is challenging a Southeast group to lead the regional campaign to regain federal voting-rights protections.
The Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood are becoming closer. The longtime Southeast advocacy groups voted last week to work under the same, updated constitution. Before, they were separate.