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Issue 1: Witnessing

There’s something magical that happens when we bear witness. Without words or actions, a connection is made. Simply through our presence, we offer both recognition and affirmation of another’s struggles, achievements, even their existence. We do this just through standing by. Through holding space…

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“The guy in the beluga suit is the head of a group of artists whose aim is to transcend the species boundary between human and beluga…”      ~ Photographer Paul Colangelo     Read more »

Issue 1: Witnessing

There’s something magical that happens when we bear witness. Without words or actions, a connection is made. Simply through our presence, we offer both recognition and affirmation of another’s struggles, achievements, even their existence. We do this just through standing by. Through holding space…

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“The guy in the beluga suit is the head of a group of artists whose aim is to transcend the species boundary between human and beluga…”      Photographer Paul Colangelo     Read more »

Carving a Niche {AUDIO}

Under a timber-frame structure overlooking Hagwilget Canyon, master carver Ron Austin works alongside fellow community members…

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I often see quotes from chiefs or mayors or vocal activists, but not the everyday people. ... Those are the people who often have the most to say and most interesting stories to tell.

 

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When a Reporter Stops Asking Questions

Trevor Jang

Journalist

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