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Filed Under: Opinion | Politics
Mark Trahant: Alaska Senate race is a real test of Native policy (10/29)
Alaska is a case in point where misleading ads about character are common.

Filed Under: Opinion | Politics
Michael Baines: Senate candidate battles Alaska Native rights (10/23)
The chairman of the Sitka Tribe, says Republican Dan Sullivan has trampled on Alaska Native rights.

Filed Under: Opinion | Politics
Alannah Hurley: Sen. Begich stands up for Alaska Native rights (10/10)
The United Tribes of Bristol Bay support the re-election of Sen. Mark Begich (D).

Filed Under: Opinion | Politics
Fred John: Dan Sullivan can't be trusted with our Native rights (10/07)
My mother was Katie John. Her name has become symbolic across the state of Alaska for her life-long legal battle to protect traditional rights.

Filed Under: Environment | Politics | Trust
Obama signs Pascua Yaqui and Hoonah Indian Association bills (07/28)
Bill places land in trust for Pascua Yaqui Tribe and recognizes subsistence rights of Hoonah Indian Association.

Filed Under: Environment
Al Jazeera: Alaska Natives turn to 'Store Outside Your Door' (07/14)
The Store Outside Your Door is keeping Alaska Native food traditions alive.

Filed Under: Environment | Opinion
Robert Heyano: Alaska tribes battle mine to protect way of life (06/27)
Robert Heyano, the president of the United Tribes of Bristol Bay, explains why Alaska Natives are fighting the Pebble Mine.

Filed Under: Environment | Politics
Alaska rejects subsistence co-management with Alaska Natives (04/04)
The state of Alaska is rejecting a proposal to share management of subsistence resources with Alaska Natives.

Filed Under: Law | Opinion | Politics
Mark Trahant: Alaska Natives wait far too long to get a fair shake (04/02)
The Katie John case is at an end. Or perhaps another beginning.

Filed Under: Environment | Law
Supreme Court won't hear challenge to Alaska Native subsistence (03/31)
The U.S. Supreme Court today denied a petition in Alaska v. Jewell, an Alaska Native subsistence case.

Filed Under: Environment | National
NPR: Alaska Natives still feeling effects of Exxon Valdez oil spill (03/24)
Alaska Natives are still feeling the effects of the Exxon Valdez oil spill, 25 years later.

Filed Under: Environment | National | Politics
Alaska Native leader wasn't upset by EPA official's comments (03/18)
An Alaska Native leader who presented a jar of moose meat to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy wasn't offended by comments she made about the gift.

Filed Under: Environment | Politics
Audio from House hearing on Alaska Native subsistence draft (03/14)
The House Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs held a hearing this morning on Alaska Native subsistence but no one from the state or the Obama administration showed up.

Filed Under: Environment | Politics | Politics
Alaska Natives to testify at House hearing on subsistence bill (03/13)
Alaska Native leaders will be on Capitol Hill tomorrow to testify at a hearing on a subsistence bill.

Filed Under: Environment | Politics
House panel schedules hearing on Alaska Native subsistence bill (03/05)
The House Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs will hold a hearing next week on the proposed Alaska Native Subsistence Co-Management Demonstration Act of 2014.

Filed Under: Environment
KCAW: Native corporation vows supports for fishery lawsuit (02/12)
Sealaska, an Alaska Native regional corporation, promises legal and financial support for a lawsuit against the herring fishery.

Filed Under: Environment
Spokane Tribe sets high standards for water quality in river (01/08)
The Spokane Tribe of Washington has set water quality standards that are stricter than the state's.

Filed Under: Health | Law | Opinion | Politics
Mark Trahant: State demonstrates contempt for Alaska Natives (11/19)
There are only so many ways to demonstrate contempt for Alaska Natives. Yet the state seemed to find many ways.

Filed Under: Opinion
Gwendolyne John: Alaska brings assault on Native subsistence (11/15)
As Katie John’s friends and family, including more than 250 grandchildren, continue to mourn her passing and try to return to life without their beloved leader, the state of Alaska was quietly preparing their daggers for a different kind of battle.

Filed Under: Opinion
Fred John Jr: Lessons from my mother, Katie John, on sharing (11/11)
Fred John Jr., the son of the late Katie John, who battled the state of Alaska over Native subsistence rights, passes on some of her wisdom,

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