September’s episode of Story49 features Sue Steinacher’s tale of a mushing trip to Russia that didn’t quite go as planned.
Peoples across the North have told her story many times in many places. Listen to the story of Sedna, the young girl whose tragic betrayal brought Arctic mammals to the world.
In 1944, a decade before Rosa Parks, a Nome teenager helped spark a movement for Alaska Native civil rights. Meet Alberta Schenck.
Lew Tobin reads excerpts from the compilation of old mining tales he collected back in the 1970’s — and tells his own tale of becoming an Alaskan.
A young man leaves his village and his family after his father reprimands him. On his journey, he encounters a beautiful woman whose people welcome him. But all is not well…
From the time he struck a whale to his memories exploring St. Lawrence Island, Luke had many stories to share, and we were happy and grateful to hear them.
Looking back on her year, Caitlin realizes, “I am a different Caitlin than the girl who hopped off the plane one year ago… And for that I am grateful.”
After almost a year of working on her project, Courtney shares her thoughts behind the evolution of “Let’s Tell Legends and Stories,” and she’s eager for your feedback!
On the next episode of Let’s Tell Legends and Stories, Aimee goes in search of white fish — but ends up catching something much more dangerous.
How can we expand and deepen our conversations on race? And why do these dialogues matter for the future of our communities?