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- Alaska Community Health Aide/Practitioner 1
- Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium 1
- Arlington County 1
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Growing up in Kasigluk, Alaska & navigating today.
We're doing an interview for a project that's based of survival, resilience and identity. My class (writing and reading strategies) have connected with Hollis class (intercultural communication) to explore how students negotiate their identity at UAA.
John Compton (49) and his One Small Step partner, Jennifer Ludovici (49), exchange stories from former times and touch on political issues they feel strongly about.
My Dad’s story of his life events and military service
Jane Isay and Roxanne Foster talk about Roxanne's journalism career and the legacy of JAWS.
We talked about her medical practice for the past thirty years in Rural Alaska.
My coach (Josh Gregory) and I, talked about the meaning and importance of swimming and the relevance of it to his life and others.
Jessie Robertson (39) speaks with her student Kristen Gagne (24) about Kristin's experience in science as a PhD student.
Discussion with our Mother about memories from our Dad’s youth.
Max and Calvin ask Grandpa Gerald about his childhood, life, and career.
Maureen Markham’s life Part 2
Betsy Wade Legacy Fund Fellow Lauren McGaughy sits down with Betsy Wade, long-time New York Times editor and columnist, at the 2017 Journalism and Women Symposium in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Siblings Stacey Todd and Ryan Todd talk about life during the pandemic. Ryan talks about his job in Prudhoe Bay, AK on an oil field. Stacey is in Grand Rapids, MI, Ryan is in Anchorage, AK.
Betsy Wade, former journalist with The New York Times, talks her granddaughter Leah Boylan and JAWS fellow Lauren McGaughy.
Virginia Titus (65) talks with her nephew Allan Hayton (43) in Gwich'in, the language of the Gwich'in Athabascan people. She tells him stories about her life growing up in Fort Yukon, Alaska.