Shine a Light: Promoting Conversation on Diversity
Northwest Campus, in partnership with UAF's Department of Equity and Compliance and Nanook Diversity & Action Center, is excited to announce a new speaker series, Shine a Light: Promoting Conversation on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

The sessions seek to encourage understanding, build empathy, and engage us all in thinking critically about our world views. Join us on the third Tuesday of almost every month for a new speaker and topic.

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Preserving & Teaching Inupiat: Renewing Relationships to the Land and Each Other PDF Print E-mail

Please join Roy Apaagzuk Agloinga on Tuesday, January 18 @ 12pm

Roy shares his journey in preservation and teaching of the Inupiat language including language history, effects of colonialism, and ongoing efforts in language revitalization.

Preserving & Teaching Inupiat: Renewing Relationships to the Land and Each Other

Roy Apaagzuk Agloinga was raised immersed in Inupiat and Yup’ik cultures. He is the co-author of the Qawiaraq Iġałuik Inupiat Dictionary and draws on his experience in rural health, government policy and language preservation to inform his work with the Rasmuson Foundation.

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Contact Laura Davis Collins: 907-443-8420 for call-in information

Thanks for joining us for Shine A Light: Promoting Conversation on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. These sessions seek to encourage understanding, build empathy, and engage us all in thinking critically about our world views. Join us for a new speaker and topic this coming Fall semester.


 
Past Events PDF Print E-mail

Truth and Healing: Alaska's Native Boarding Schools
November 16, 2021 with Jim LaBelle

The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.


Data for Indigenous Justice: Addressing MMIWG2S in Alaska
September 21, 2021 with Charlene Aqpik Apok

The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.


Lifting the Veil: Colonization, Critical Consciousness and Community Development in Rural Alaska
September 21, 2021 with Charlene Stern

The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.


The Queer Art of Holding Still
August 23, 2021 with Jonathan VanDyke

The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.


Beyond Stonewall: Past and Present Movements for LGBTQ+ Equality
June 21, 2021 with Ronnie Houchin

The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.


The Complexities of Anti-Asian Racism
May 17, 2021 with E.J.R. David

The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.


Finding Value at Home
April 19, 2021 with Ana Hoffman

The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.


Who Is Elizabeth Peratrovich, Our Alaska Native Civil Rights Leader?
March 29, 2021 with Jaquline Kus.een Pata

The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.


Black in Hindsight: A Review of Black History in Alaska
February 22, 2021 with Jo Malbert Narváez


The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.


Uncivilized: A Context for Alaska Native Equity
January 25, 2021 with former UAF Vice Chancellor Evon Peter.


The original ZOOM video with transcript is available here.

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