Anchorage, Alaska, Feb. 14, 2022— The Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) is pleased to announce that the Department of Education’s Alaska Native Education Program has awarded $3.3 million to support… Read More
The Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) is pleased to announce Tiamuna, a U.S. Department of Education Demonstration Grant for Indian Children and Youth Program Accessing Choices in Education (DEMO ACE) program. Through Tiamuna,… Read More
Anchorage, Alaska, January 14, 2022— The Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) board and staff are pleased to announce the hire of Nikki Graham (Yup’ik/Blackfoot Indian/Dutch) as Director of Operations. “We… Read More
Anchorage, Alaska, Nov. 3, 2021—The Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) is joining the Global GivingTuesday Movement to raise $10,000 to fund one Cultural Tourism Summer Intern for the 2022 season.… Read More
ANHC is closed to the public October 25th-29th for a private event. Quyana for understanding and have a great week!
The Alaska Native Heritage Center will be closed Monday, Oct. 11th for Indigenous Peoples Day. We encourage you to join us and partners for a virtual celebration!
Anchorage, Alaska, Sept 22, 2021— The Alaska Native Heritage Center is among 40 awardees across 20 U.S. states that received a grant from Direct Relief’s Fund for Health Equity, which… Read More
Just over a year ago, I moved 4,072 miles from East Tennessee to Anchorage, Alaska to begin a year of service at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. Looking back, I’m not sure how I convinced TEAM ANHC to bring me on board; I… Read More
The Alaska Native Heritage Center is proud to announce that President & CEO Emily Edenshaw (Yup’ik & Iñupiaq) has been chosen to serve as a Board member for Native Americans… Read More
We are so proud of ANHC interns Patricia Peters (Chilkat Tlingit & Yup’ik) and Peter Griggs (Yup’ik & Sugpiaq) for testifying at The Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission… Read More