Swastika marks escalation in spate of vandalism at Dzántik’i Héeni Middle School

Police are investigating. After KTOO contacted the Anti-Defamation League for comment, the organization said it would reach out to Dzántik’i Héeni to offer support.

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Alaska Native stories featured in new documentary on the painful history of boarding schools

A new half-hour documentary on the Al Jazeera program “Fault Lines” delves into that painful history of boarding schools the U.S.

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Walter Harper Day commemorates first person to summit Denali

Harper was only 25 when he and his wife, Frances Wells, died on the steamer Princess Sophia when it ran aground in Lynn Canal on Oct. 25, 1918.

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House to vote on bill to protect Unangax̂ cemetery at Funter Bay

The Alaska House of Representatives is expected to vote today on a bill to protect the Unangax̂ cemetery at Funter Bay. The bill would add about 251 acres of state land, including the cemetery, to Funter Bay State Marine Park.

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