Biennial Sitka conference talks ‘healing ourselves’
On Oct. 18, Alaska Day, Sitka will celebrate the sesquicentennial of the Treaty of Cession, when the U.S. “purchased” Alaska from Russia. There will be reenactments, balls, and other ceremonies. But there are those in the Alaska Native community who do not feel like celebrating.
Baby Raven Reads honored nationally
Sealaska Heritage Institute’s early literacy program, Baby Raven Reads, has been recognized by the Library of Congress for the work it has done.
Southeast in Sepia — The Osprey Incident: How three confusing years in Sitka changed Alaska’s future
The first decade of American rule in Alaska spelt confusion and uncertainty, but there was some semblance of order thanks to the United States Army under the guidance of General Jefferson C. Davis.
SHI releases new books
Seven new books are appearing this fall through the Sealaska Heritage Institute’s early literacy, Library of Congress-recognized program, Baby Raven Reads.
A Tribe Called Red comes to Juneau
A Tribe Called Red, a Canadian indigenous DJ group from Ottawa, Ontario, will be taking the stage of Centennial Hall on Oct. 19.

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