For nearly a century, the Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood have helped Native people work for and achieve civil rights, educational opportunities and better health care. But two past ANS grand presidents say it’s time for the groups to adapt to the modern world and attract younger members. In the last of a Sealaska Heritage Institute lecture series, Ethel Lund and Selina Everson said the ANB and ANS need to become more relevant.
Casey Kelly, KTOO – Juneau
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