A study of the DNA in ancient skeletal remains adds to the evidence that indigenous groups living today in southern Alaska and the western coast of British Columbia are descendants of the first hum
By Mary Catharine Martin, Capital City Weekly—If language and health are linked, then the ten Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian language apprentices recently gathered for a talk on the subject were emb
SHI is offering a lot of upcoming events and opportunities, including Native art classes, Baby Raven events and summer camps for youth.
SHI is accepting applications for five educational and cultural programs this summer, including a leadership academy, running camp and hoop camp.
SHI will showcase contemporary masterpieces of Northwest Coast art at its second art auction in an effort to perpetuate critical programs such as Native language revitalization and workshops on end
SHI will sponsor a Native high-fashion show at its second Tináa Art Auction, a fundraiser to support critical Native art and c
In this photo essay, SHI gives a peek into a Baby Raven Reads family event that focused on SHI's
SHI is recruiting presenters for its Culturally Responsive Education Conference from June 1-3, 2017.
SHI will sponsor its 2017 cultural orientation program for teachers and educators in J
By Leila Kheiry, KRBD—Three young Alaska Native artists, including one from Ketchikan and one from Hydaburg, have been chosen to carve cedar house posts that will be cast in bronze and displayed in
By Richard Walker, Indian Country Today—Alyssa (Yáx̱Ádi Yádi) London, Tlingit, had been Miss Alaska USA for eight days and she had already been presented with regalia and named a cultural ambassado
SHI has chosen five language teams to participate in its Haa Shuká Community Language Learning Project, a n
If you missed our lecture on the way of the warrior, the video is now online.
By David A.
SHI will continually update its Tlingit language podcast, which is featured in our "Learning Tlingit" app and