2014 AFN Convention and Elders & Youth Conference

Oct 17, 2014
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:

Joaqlin Estus / KNBA, 90.3 FM

  Greg Nothstine, his mother Sophie Egalena Nothstine, and their cousin Richard Iyoqunga Atuk, are the founders of the Kingikmiut dance group.

Proposals to increase education funding for the coming fiscal year range from the Senate's $100 million addition to the state operating budget, to the House's $25 million and the Governor's $10 million.

The AFL-CIO says it would oppose any move by Legislators to increase the minimum wage, which would take a proposed $1 an hour increase off the ballot for August, saying lawmakers did that in 2002, then gutted the minimum wage hike the following session.

Joaqlin Estus


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.