Tag: AK Women
Fall in Alaska. It’s a glorious time of year. The leaves are turning amazing colors. Check out these 5 great Things to Do in Alaska in September.
I have been admiring beadwork by Brenda Mahan for the past few years. She is Koyukon Athabascan with roots from Galena, Alaska and now lives in Nevada. Brenda was raised in Cordova, Alaska and is a…
Be sure to follow @officialalaskastatefair on Instagram to follow along. Check out some of the other people doing takeovers, like Erin Kirkland of AK on the Go and Laura Sampson of Little House Big Alaska.
So our adventure of hiking Chilkoot Pass is over and we’ve finally recovered. It was such and amazing hike! Read our story and enjoy the pics!
Tabetha Toloff (Koyukon Athabascan and Russian) grew up as a kid in Nikiski and has lived in Anchorage for over 30 years. Her beloved grandpa, Charles Peter Toloff, was born in 1921 in Fort Yukon, …
Air Force Maj. Teresa Sellers, a nurse anesthetist with the 673d Surgical Operations Squadron had her military career planned out. After being assigned to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, she was ready to venture out to her next assignment.
Now, keep in mind this all happened in the span of 6 weeks, it was kind of a whirlwind. Someone will tell me I am a cancer survivor but it doesn’t feel that way because it all happened to fast that I never fully grasped that I had cancer, and now it is gone and I don’t have any further treatments, it doesn’t seem real. Don’t get me wrong, I have been a hot mess the last 3 months (feel very sorry for my dear husband) and facing the mirror with one breast removed has been harder than I can even put into words, but today I stand here a healthy, cancer free, slightly lopsided woman. YAHOO!
The torch of the Statue of Liberty to print and color.
Don’t Eat the Paste: Liberty Enlightening The World coloring page
Heard on Morning Line: Indigenous Women’s Call to Action Environmental Reproductive Health & Justice | knba
The topic on Our Community today: Stories, Struggles & Songs: An Indigenous Women’s Call to Action for Environmental Reproductive Health and Justice