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Forum@360: Alaska’s Historic Canneries and the People Who Worked There #403

There are over 150 canneries and fish processors that have operated in Alaska, but only two canneries are currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Forum@360: What Raising a Statue of William Seward means to Alaskans 150 Years Later #402

As the 150th anniversary of the Alaska territory’s purchase from Russia approaches and the capital city prepares for a new statue commemorates the deal’s chief U.S. negotiator, historians reflect on William Henry Seward’s impact on Alaska and its indigenous people.

AARP Alaska #708: Scams That Target Seniors

Scams targeting seniors

Forum@360: Alaska Politics and Public Policy – Clive Thomas #401

Academic and longtime Alaska political observer Clive Thomas discusses historical shifts in Alaska politics and policymaking.

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Alaska's Budget

Forum@360: Alaska Politics and Public Policy – Clive Thomas #401

Academic and longtime Alaska political observer Clive Thomas discusses historical shifts in Alaska politics and policymaking.

Angela Rodell, Alaska Permanent Fund (Part 2)

Angela Rodell - Alaska Permanent Fund, Part 2 (2016)

Angela Rodell, Alaska Permanent Fund (Part 1)

Angela Rodell - Alaska Permanent Fund, Part 1 (2016)

Alaska’s Deep Money Challenge and What We Can Do

The Alaska budget game show - the most you've ever had balancing a state budget!

The Flying University

Documentary project

Inmates study literature and philosophy in a prison in Juneau, Alaska. This documentary offers a rare look at the classes inside the prison and the impact on students who participate in the program, which is called “the Flying University”.

The program traces its roots to underground philosophy courses in the Soviet Union – the original “Flying University.”

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Music

Arts@360: Alaska Originals’ Woosh Kinaadeiyí

Woosh Kinaadeiyí is an organization committed to diversity, inclusive community, and empowering voice. Events including open mics, poetry slams, and spoken word workshops.

John Muir: University of the Wilderness

A narrative concert featuring the writings of John Muir and the music of

The Hannah Yoter Band

Hannah has assembled a band and refined her sound that sits right in the middle of Americana roots and classic country.

HARM

An an experimental chamber group that blends psych-folk and hip-hop with classical themes and defies any notion of musical normativity