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KNBA
4:05 pm
Fri October 17, 2014

2014 AFN Convention and Elders & Youth Conference

AFN Week Activities
Antonia Gonzales

Find audio below that includes our daily AFN show called "Alaska's Native Voice", The AFN Presidents Report by Julie Kitka and Produced interviews about Native values and traditions performed by Youth participants in the Media Production Workshop held October 21st, 2014 by Koahnic Broadcast Corporation and KNBA. 

Support for KNBA's 2014 AFN Broadcast was provided by:

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Local News
8:37 pm
Tue July 29, 2014

7/30/14 KNBA News - Unangam food, history, language and culture all part of new book

From left: Language teacher Iliodor Philemonof leads the audience in practicing how to say "Qaqamiigux," while Dimitri Philemonoff, President and CEO of the Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, and author Suanne Unger look on.
Credit Joaqlin Estus

  About a hundred people Tuesday visited the Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association offices in Anchorage to celebrate the publication of a book with hundreds of recipes for traditional dishes, as well as historic and contemporary photographs of food gathering and cooking, stories and much more. Author Suanne Unger says she and nine collaborators, plus many more contributors, worked on the book for six years, compiling recipes, interviewing elders, and searching for photographs. The CDC helped pay for the research and publishing, which allows APIA to sell the book for $25 per copy.

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KNBA News
4:11 pm
Mon March 17, 2014

Aging in Alaska 2014 Special News Series

At age 92, Marian DeWitt attributes her longevity and good health to a traditional Tlingit Indian diet -- rich in fish and other seafood, and venison and other game.
Credit Joaqlin Estus

AGING IN ALASKA

March 17 - 21, 2014,  As a part of KNBA Morning News, News Director Joaqlin Estus shared a series of stories that discuss the value of Elders, the personal rewards of maturity and the opportunities and challenges of an aging Alaskan population. 

This special news series was made possible through a MetLife Foundation Journalists in Aging Fellowship, a project of New Media and the Gerontological Society of America.

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