Brenda Campen wrote the viewers’ guide, just released, for the 2009 film “For the Rights of All: Ending Jim Crow in Alaska.” The film tells the story of the effort to end legal discrimination against Alaska Natives, which culminated in the Alaska Anti-Discrimination Act — and preceded more widely-known national civil rights legislation.
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Brenda Campen: The fight for civil rights in Alaska
Taking pen and ink to paper, artist Norm Campbell brings Alaska's natural world to life. Campbell recently completed a two week class at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary School on the art of "invented landscapes." His class is a part of the Sitka Fine Arts Camp's "Artists in the Schools" residencies. more
Frances Donohoe and Trisha Bessert share stories about combining forces to create Cirque du Pluie, the new circus program at the Hames Center. The two instructors talk about the planned expansion of the pool room for circus classes, which in the future will include juggling, aerial trapeze, and adult gymnastics. Downloadable audio. more