Kanesia McGlashan-Price, KUCB - Unalaska


Honoring culture through dance: Unalaska’s Iluulum Axanangin prepares debut performance

The group's dance instructor says it's been working overtime to prepare for its debut marking the Ounalashka Corp.’s 50th anniversary.
a man holding a seafood box

Qawalangin Tribe donates food boxes in Unalaska after tough subsistence season

The Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska donated $22,000 of food to tribal members on Sept. 7, in the form of 22-pound boxes of frozen sockeye salmon.
A portrait of a woman standing in a hilly, treeless Aleutian landscape

Unangax̂ instructors use traditional methods to teach university language course

The course marks a big step toward Unangax̂ language revitalization.
The loading dock of a white building with a sign that says Qawalangin

With food insecurity rising, Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska opens island’s first official food bank

Unlike the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the Unalaska Food Bank doesn’t have any income requirements.
A person weaving.

Qawalangin Tribe uses traditional craft as a route to wellness

Beginner weaving, beading and embroidery are just a few of the themed craft nights that have been hosted so far.
Three men pose outside.

Indigenous metal band riffs on issues affecting Native people

The song titles grab your attention, but guitarist Jacob Tix̂lax̂ Stepetin says the point is to create an opportunity to talk about Indigenous issues.