SHI has published a workbook for students studying Tlingit that teaches words and concepts through imagery.
SHI will sponsor its first culturally-responsive education conference in June.
By Charlie Wood, The Christian Science Monitor—The San people of southern Africa seek to encourage mutually beneficial collaborations with scientists with an official code of research ethics.
SHI will sponsor a new workshop on digital storytelling this summer open to Alaska Native students in grades 8-11.
By Candida Moss, The Daily Beast—In Newton, Mass, a struggling seminary is coming under attack this week for failing to return religious artifacts in its collection to the Native American tribes to
We are excited to unveil our new cotton throw—“Blanket of Knowledge” (Yaakoosge X’óow ).
SHI is seeking an education director to manage SHI's education programs and curriculum development projects and an assistant retail manager for the Sealaska Heritage Store and education administrat
By Tamara Ikenberg, Alaska Dispatch News—A timeworn Tlingit shaman's box drum dating back to at least the late 1800s may get new life.
By Ed Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska News—Teachers from around Southeast Alaska will gather in Juneau next month to discuss culturally responsive education.
SHI is accepting applications for its 2017 Gumboot Camp, a program that promotes early literacy, language development and school readiness.