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Spring 2022 edition available now!

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First Alaskans Magazine is pleased to offer you this free edition focusing on climate change, birth workers, Alaska Native women leadership, land claims, land acknowledgement, Koyukon man, ANCSA Regional Association, poems and a book review!


To increase readership and access, we are currently offering the magazine free of charge. In lieu of paid “subscriptions”, we are offering you the ability to become a supporter. In addition, we are launching a new online ad sales process in June to make it easier for advertisers to select from a menu of options for future editions.

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Alaska Native Policy Center

Native Minds Shaping Our Future. Connecting people and ideas producing knowledge that can be used to understand and improve the lives of Alaska Natives and all Alaskans.

Compacting in Alaska – information and resources.

Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT). Learn more about our TRHT work here (How We Heal Toolkit).



Leadership Development

Helping to develop the
next generation of Alaska Native leadership, ensuring that they are connected to their culture and each other.

• Get involved First Alaskans Institute’s 39th Annual Elders & Youth Conference! Join us on October 16-19, 2022 in Anchorage!

Click the logo above for all of the 2022 Elders & Youth Conference information!

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Knowing, Living & Loving Our Ways of Life Support Fund.


Community Investments

Our commitment to highlighting and supporting what is working well in Alaska, funding projects that promote healthy and thriving communities, and publishing the First Alaskans Magazine.

Join FAI and Museums Alaska for a webinar series committed to reimagining and fostering meaningful relationships with Alaska’s Tribes and Indigenous peoples.

COVID-19 Resources

• First Alaskans Magazine goes digital!

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Our main phone number is (907) 677-1700. Tsíná’ęę (thank you very much in Tanacross)!