It’s been a while. I know. Thanks to High Country News, I’ll be sharing glimpses into our life in western … Continue reading I’m writing again!
For a few days I’ve simply been emotionally numb. Numb to the fact that thousands of Indigenous children’s bodies are … Continue reading Hurt and healing, maybe even hope
Today we know why our marrow has always hurt.Today we know why we were born with pain in our bones. … Continue reading Today we mourn
After reading this story KUAC reported a few days ago, I found myself writing a response. I think if I … Continue reading Liar, liar, pants on fire
I love the Anchorage Museum. We love it. It turns out the last date before Timm experienced parenthood was at … Continue reading So. I love the Anchorage Museum.
I don’t have a lot to say, but it’s enough. While driving home for lunch at noon, I heard the … Continue reading F**k depression
I have prayed for a friend. A womanly presence, solace and comfort. And when the prayer was answered, I was … Continue reading Women uplifting women
Today’s episode comes from Girlie Katchatag from Shaktoolik, currently studying in Portland, Oregon. Listen to a story. Learn something new. … Continue reading Don’t drink that, Auntie
Stories connect us in indescribable ways. Stories of fiction take us to new places. Spark new ideas. Give life a … Continue reading Chalavialuk and his maklaks
Our Group Project features a deep thinker. Someone who loves to make other people laugh. “I’m staying healthy by taking … Continue reading Sacred and significant