In this installment of Elder Wisdom, Robert Iyatunguk talks about Christianity.
In part 6 of “Sumikkiaq qaniqłiuqpat?,” Yaayuk talks about sharing culture, traditions and stories.
In part five of “Sumikkiaq qaniqłiuqpat?” by the Iñupiaq Language Group, Kiminaq Maddy Alvanna-Stimpfle leads a meditation.
“Everyone who asks, receives; and the one who seeks, finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be open.” — Mathew 7:8
In part four of “Sumikkiaq qaniqłiuqpat?” by the Iñupiaq Language Group, Anna Ashenfelter talks about running.
In this installment of Elder Voices spots, Agnes Amarok shares her story, “Grandfather and the Whale.”
With short spots, KNOM invites you to reflect on topics from information, history, and language to inspiration and theology. In these brief messages, ranging from 15 seconds to two minutes, KNOM hopes to uplift, encourage and inspire the people of Western Alaska.
Do you have an idea for a spot series, or know someone who has something to share with Western Alaska? Please contact us.
Snippets of wisdom, adapted from episodes of KNOM's weekly Elder Voices program.
'Sumikkiaq qaniqłiuqpat?' means, 'What will they talk about?' in Iñupiaq. Parts 1-6 are recorded in collaboration with the Iñupiaq Language Group. For more Iñupiaq learning, visit the Iñupiaq Word of the Day Facebook page.
Love Letters to Home
Students from rural communities around the state share what they love most about home. Produced in collaboration with the Rural Alaska Honors Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.