Thursday, November 25th: ANCSA@50: The Journey Continues — Companion Radio Broadcast. The impact of Native boarding schools on the land claims fight. ANCSA as a work in progress.  

  A rare confluence of historical events led to the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. It was the largest land claims settlement in U.S. history — a deal that created Alaska Native corporations with legal title to 44 million acres of land and almost a billion dollars in cash. The discovery of…

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Thursday, November 18th: ANCSA@50. The Journey Continues Companion Radio Broadcast. Emil Notti inducted into the National Native American Hall of Fame. The early years of ANCSA

The 50th Anniversary of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act has put many Native leaders in the spotlight, including Emil Notti, who was the first president of the Alaska Federation of Natives. Notti was recently inducted into the National Native American Indian Hall of Fame for his advocacy of Native land rights. On this episode…

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Friday, September 10th: Remembering September 11th, 2001

Although this community is a continent away from where the September 11th terrorist attacks rocked the nation, a number of Juneau-ites have a direct connection to the events of that day. To name a few: Libby Bakalar. Dorlisa Nazario. Dr. Destiny Sargeant. On this Friday’s Juneau Afternoon, the eve of the 20th anniversary of 9-11,…

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Friday, August 27th: Citizen Cliff Groh goes to Juneau. Singer-songwriter Hurricane Dave weighs in on politics and the PFD. Juneau Audubon Society’s weekly birdwatch. 

Cliff Groh says he has one job – to save the state. He acknowledges, that at this point, based on his job performance, he ought to be fired. But no one’s paying him a dime to do this work. And besides, he says he’s not giving up on solving Alaska’s fiscal crisis. On this Friday’s…

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Friday, August 13th: Anniversary of 1993 “miracle” Bering Sea plane crash remembered. Cancer Connection’s “Beat the Odds” fundraiser reaches 30-year milestone. Salmon Beyond Borders enlists Chef Hank Shaw for its Southeast Feast. Juneau Audubon Society’s birds of the week.

It was Friday the Thirteenth, 28 years ago. Even so, Dave Anderson remembers it like it was yesterday – a plane crash west of Nome, in which he and six others were rescued from the icy waters of the Bering Sea. On Friday’s Juneau Afternoon, Anderson shares his story and reflects on a day that…

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Friday, June 18th: Tlingit father figures. Compassion in Action. Flycatchers, murrelets and warblers.  

As we look towards Father’s Day this weekend, time out on this Friday’s Juneau Afternoon for a conversation about fatherhood and Alaska Native culture. Lyle and Kolene James share their favorite memories about their fathers – and what it has taught them about the importance of fatherhood.   Also today: Catholic Community Service launches “Compassion…

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Juneau Afternoon will be back on December 2

Juneau Afternoon will be on break from November 23-December 1. Please check out our online schedule at ktoo.org to see what’s on the calendar for local specials and holiday programming on KTOO 104.3 and KRNN 102.7. We will resume our live show on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 with Sheli DeLaney as your host. Have a…

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