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Can Indigenous subsistence rights still be protected in Alaska?

Subsistence, a practice which past generations participated in without question, has become a complex legal puzzle — “a very unsettled and unsettling [legal landscape] for Alaska Native people,” according to one lawyer who has spent decades working on subsistence cases.

Digitizing Native museum collections and the future of repatriating sacred objects

The Alutiiq Museum, which is based in Kodiak, will begin to digitize its collection with the eventual goal of expanding and digitizing collections from other museums. Museum collections curator Amanda Lancaster says they’re already using a database and have most of their objects catalogued. “We use a database called Collective Access…. So, we already have…

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