A community conversation that explores the guiding question: how do we learn our history?
Starting At: 6:00 PM
421 W 1st Ave #200, Anchorage, AK 99501
Join us on Thursday July 21st for a community conversation in person at the Alaska Humanities Forum office! This conversation is centered around the guiding question: how do we learn our history?
This conversation supports an intentional community conversation with a specific purpose: to reflect on how we came to learn about who we are and where we come from as individuals and a community. Participants will watch a short interview with Cordelia Qiġñaaq Kellie, which was filmed as a part of the workshop Braided Stories: Equitable Communities for Alaska’s Children & Families hosted by R.O.C.K. Mat-Su.
Community conversations are a space to bring folks together to connect on a topic and guiding question; using toolkits that are a part of the Kindling Conversation Program for the Alaska Humanities Forum. These spaces are welcome to anyone and participation is encouraged but whatever folks want to share or not, is completely up to them!
We will be hosting at the Alaska Humanities Forum office downtown at 421 W 1st Ave #200, Anchorage, AK 99501. Appetizers and drinks will be provided.
Please register below!
Wearing masks at in person events will be optional, we trust participants to do what is best for them on an individual level and will continue to have face coverings and hand sanitizer for use on site during the event. If you have been exposed or are experiencing symptoms, please stay home from this event.
If you test positive shortly after this event, please reach out to email@example.com so that we can inform other participants of possible exposure. Any person who reaches out due to a positive test will not have their identity shared without consent. Additionally, the Alaska Humanities Forum will continue to monitor CDC recommendations and protocols may change over time.
The Alaska Humanities Forum is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that designs and facilitates experiences to bridge distance and difference – programming that shares and preserves the stories of people and places across our vast state, and explores what it means to be Alaskan.
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