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A podcast to celebrate and explore contemporary Native life in urban Alaska.

 

Video by Howdice Brown III

March 20, 2020

To explore healthy practices and current concerns amid the COVID-19 virus pandemic in Alaska, we interview family doctor and traditional healer Dr. Allison Kelliher.

Yes, this is serious. Yes, this is dangerous. There’s no reason to be panicked, but we should be consci...

March 18, 2020

To explore themes and ideas of the book Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering Strait, we held a pop-up live podcast interview at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center SEED Lab with author and professor Bathsheba Demuth about her upbringing, conn...

March 6, 2020

To explore the non-native experience of growing up in rural Alaska, Coffee & Quaq interviews Tiffany Rosamond Creed (Part 1) and Dr. E.J. Ramos David (Part 2).

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“One thing I would like now, looking back is a little b...

February 20, 2020

TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains subject matter about rape and sexual assault. If you are feeling particularly sensitive to those topics, we recommend listening when you feel comfortable, safe, and ready.

Resolve is part of an ongoing series about Missing & M...

January 5, 2020

To learn more about the true history of Thanksgiving and how that relates to Native people in Alaska, we interview Dr. E.J. Ramos David, Ayyu Qassataq, and Jacqui Igluguq Lambert in front of a live audience on November 30, 2019 at the Writer's Block in Anchorage, Alask...

October 31, 2019

To explore the how museums and media influence the Native narrative, we interview Patuk Glenn, Melissa Shaginoff, and Jacqui Igluguq Lambert.

Patuk Glenn is a Project Manager for the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, Department of Community Economic Development (CED)....

October 5, 2019

To explore the non-native experience of growing up in rural Alaska, Coffee & Quaq interviews Tiffany Rosamond Creed (Part 1) and Dr. E.J. Ramos David (Part 2).

"It’s okay to have hurts, but they don’t belong in a conversation about racial equity. You can talk to fr...

June 17, 2019

  

To explore his Northern Philosophy, Coffee & Quaq interviews Warren Maaruk Jones.

TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains some content associated with death and suicide. If you are feeling particularly sensitive to those topics, we recommend listening when you fee...

June 6, 2019

To explore what it means to be colonized, and how or why this has been detrimental to Alaska Native life; to explore the Alaska Native history with colonization; and to explore Alaska Native resiliency and how we can mend relationships with ourselves and with non-Nativ...

February 4, 2019

To explore what cultural appropriation means for Alaska Native cultures and Alaska Native artists, we interview Melissa Shaginoff and Crystal Worl.

"It's this idea that these notions can be adopted by somebody and that they can, in some way, have ownership over them and...

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Episode 12: Addressing COVID-19 Concerns

March 20, 2020

Episode 11: Exploring 'Floating Coast'

March 18, 2020

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