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Native American studio releases Inupiat game

...a joint venture of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council and E-Line Media. After...the project was pitched by Cook Inlet Tribal Council President and CEO the developers and the Cook Inlet Tribal Council."One of the things that...
Cook Inlet Tribal Council to share culture, educate youth through video games really engaging and be used for learning," Gershenfeld said. It was during lunch in Anchorage that the Cook Inlet Tribal Council president and CEO, Gloria O'Neill, and tribal council vice president of social enterprise, Pita Benz, discovered...
Letters to the editor

...Center will take care of us all our life. So why are they wanting us now to buy insurance at today's prices? Cook Inlet Tribal Council was formed with the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.We were told then that after 20 years our $100 stock...
More to learn, and more to share

...of Southcentral Alaska.In a Sept. 29 story in the Clarion, Clare Swan, a Kenaitze elder and chair of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, explained the role elders play in passing their heritage on to the younger generation - and the reward in seeing...
Kenaitze tribe sponsors Dena'ina Athabascan exhibit in Anchorage American institutions, Leggett said. For Clare Swan, Kenaitze-Dena'ina Tribe Elder and Chair of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, the exhibit is a chance to give a voice to Dena'ina people. "In the settling of Anchorage and making it...
Pulling the past into the present

...cultural understanding to people whose heritage was put on display. Clare Swan, a Kenaitze elder and chair of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, said elders owe an explanation of history to their children and grandchildren to enrich their lives. "We...
Cook Inlet Tribal Council gets $8 million grant for at-risk youth

ANCHORAGE (AP) -- The Cook Inlet Tribal Council has received an $8 million federal grant to provide programs for at-risk youth. The grant, from the U.S. Department of...
Council praises Soldotna

The city of Soldotna was praised last week for helping the Cook Inlet Tribal Council when it wanted to build a new administration building a few years ago. The council and its nonprofit tenants "will soon be realizing...
Community Briefs

...Delegation announced that a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant in the amount of $513,762 was awarded to the Cook Inlet Tribal Council for transitional housing, education and therapy programs for Alaska Native vulnerable populations. Digging salmon...


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