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Aan Yátx'u Sáani: Noble People of the Land

“Aan Yátx’u Sáani: Noble People of the Land, The Juneau Histories Theater Project,” is a one-of-a-kind theatrical event in which 5 Alaska Native community members share their real stories, illuminating their deep connections with the past, present, and future of Juneau and Southeast Alaska. With music and video projections, they weave their memories with little-known histories revealing massive changes that have marked the heart of Alaska’s Capital City. “Aan Yátx’u Sáani: Noble People of the Land” lifts up enduring community and cultural values towards a more inclusive and just future for all Alaskans.

Recent Videos

Assertive Community Treatment & Intensive Case Management Panel

December 13, 2018

Dynamic Prioritization – A Systems Change

December 13, 2018

Lunch Plenary: Federal Partner Updates

Tools and Programs for Addressing Homelessness in Alaska

Mat-Su Homeless Prevention

How Partnership, Collaboration, and Coordination Work in the Valley

360 North sponsors

American Graduate Champions

Lgeik’i (Heather) Powell is the director of the Hoonah City Schools’ Haa Kusteeyí Áyá program.

At a culture camp in Hoonah, students learn Tlingit language, art, music, and food preparation.

Teri Rasmussen and John Parent are a volunteer “Big Couple” with Big Brothers Big Sisters, where they were matched with Derrick Price. Spending time with Rasmussen and Parent has helped Derrick cope with illness in the family.

The Youth Employment in Parks program helps students gain real-world experience in the the workplace. The program is a partnership between Juneau Parks & Recreation and Southeast Alaska Independent Living (SAIL). C. Allen Truitt is the coordinator for the program for the parks department and Mallory Story is a supervisor with SAIL.

Lineage

Tlingit Art Across Generations

360 North and KTOO Public Media are proud to announce the release of “Lineage: Tlingit Art Across Generations.” Produced in Juneau, Alaska in collaboration with Tlingit poet and storyteller Khaagwáask’ Ishmael Hope as co-director, the one-hour documentary takes viewers on an intimate journey into the lives of Tlingit artists. As Khaagwáask’ writes, “the film spends time with families whose works are present and of today, yet they’d make their ancestors proud, and their stories speak to the future.”

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Assertive Community Treatment & Intensive Case Management Panel

December 13, 2018

Dynamic Prioritization – A Systems Change

December 13, 2018

Lunch Plenary: Federal Partner Updates

Tools and Programs for Addressing Homelessness in Alaska

Mat-Su Homeless Prevention

How Partnership, Collaboration, and Coordination Work in the Valley

Music

Arts@360: Songwriters

March 2, 2018

Arts@360: 2017 Red Carpet Concert Series Special Presentation

February 15, 2018

Arts@360: Alaska Originals: The Ratfish Wranglers

February 5, 2018

Arts@360: Alaska Folk Festival 2017 Red Carpet Concerts

December 8, 2017