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Connecting through Culture Shift: New Forum-Inspired Filmmaking Team Takes Shape

Pictured above with Harvard Professor of History Tiya Miles (2nd from left), the team is comprised of Howdice Brown III (left), Alice Qannik Glenn (2nd from right), and Marie Acemah (right). The Forum is dedicated to connecting Alaskans, so we were delighted to hear about a three-person team that began at our Culture Shift event and recently received a prestigious grant from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). The team is comprised of Marie Acemah, owner of the nonprofit See Stories consulting; Alice Qannik Glenn, producer of the Coffee & Quaq podcast and blog, and Howdice Brown III of Channel Films. Acemah is the project organizer, and her relationship with the Forum dates back to her e

Connecting through Culture Shift: New Forum-Inspired Filmmaking Team Takes Shape

The Forum is dedicated to connecting Alaskans, so we were delighted to hear about a three-person team that began at our Culture Shift event and recently received a prestigious grant from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). The team is comprised of Marie Acemah, owner of the nonprofit See Stories consulting; Alice Qannik Glenn, producer of the Coffee & Quaq podcast and blog, and Howdice Brown III of Channel Films. Acemah is the project organizer, and her relationship with the Forum dates back to her experience as a grantee in 2012. Acemah currently works as the instructor for the Forum’s Educator Cross-Cultural Immersion program, and has also served as a teacher and curriculum designer fo

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