COVID-19 Information

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Diversity Activities at Kodiak College

Elizabeth Peratrovich Day (February 16)

Women's History Month, March

Community Herald Native Women, a Celebration of Women's History Month, with free showings of seven films by and about Native Women, produced by Vision Maker Media. Kodiak is featured in Keep Talking, which follows four Alaska Native women fighting to save Kodiak Alutiiq, a critically endangered language with only 41 fluent Elders remaining.

Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls Day of Awareness (May 5)

Alaska Native/Native American Heritage Month (November)

Celebrating Alutiiq Cultural Revitalization: Pathways to Individual Health & Community Wellness (Dec. 7 & 8, 2020)
Listen to the recordings:

Monday, 12/7 morning session access code: 7@yF6jg&

9:00    Welcome & Opening Remarks
9:30 – 10:00    The Massacre at Refuge Rock – Libby Eufemio, Alutiiq Studies Program
10:15 – 10:45   Film – Finding Refuge
10:45 – 12:00   Panel Discussion Historical Trauma - Margie Mete, RN KoC Nursing Program with Lewis Mehl-Madrona, MD & Barbara Mainguy, MSW

Monday, 12/7 afternoon session access code: b=8AD%Zz

1 – 2:00   Film – Keep Talking
2 – 3:30   Panel Discussion Alutiiq Language Revitalization - Alisha Drabek, PhD & Candace Branson, Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak

Tuesday, 12/8 morning session accesss code: 2W+!MHv0

9 – 10:30   Hanna Sholl – Healing Through Art, Henry Luce Indigenous Knowledge Fellow
10:30 – 12 Susan Malutin – Alutiiq Sewing & Embroidery Traditions

Tuesday, 12/8 Afternoon session access code: r@bA7rLc

1 – 2:00 Healing with Indigenous Plants & Cultural Foods
2 – 3:30 Judy Simeonoff – Engaging Youth at Akhiok Spirit Camp
Quyanaa & Closing Remarks