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Ronald Reagan Day

WHEREAS, President Ronald Wilson Reagan was a prominent leader who was dedicated to representing American values on a global scale; and WHEREAS, President Reagan, 40th President of the United States, helped reshape national politics with his vision to transform...

Cancer Awareness Day

WHEREAS, the well-being of Alaskans is of the utmost importance, and is greatly enhanced through increased awareness of threats to personal health; and WHEREAS, cancer is the second-leading cause of death worldwide, while in Alaska, cancer has been the leading cause...

Black History Month

WHEREAS, in 1976, as Americans celebrated the national bicentennial, President Gerald Ford urged the nation to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of Black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history” and, for the...

Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

WHEREAS, all Alaskans have the right to healthy and safe relationships, and it is of utmost importance that adequate education about healthy relationships be available to Alaska’s youth, as well as safe shelter for those who are experiencing abuse; and WHEREAS, dating...

Career and Technical Education Month

WHEREAS, in the Great State of Alaska, we seek the betterment of our citizens and look to provide every individual with access to quality educational opportunities; and WHEREAS, career and technical education (CTE) provides students with the knowledge, academic and...

School Choice Week

WHEREAS, all children in Alaska should have access to the highest quality education possible; and WHEREAS, the State of Alaska recognizes that educational opportunities are critical to our state’s future because effective education is a key component in preparing...

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

WHEREAS, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream of expanding equality and justice for all helped advance our nation and redirect the conversation about race for generations of Americans; and WHEREAS, born during a time of heightened racial discrimination and oppression...

Alaska Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

WHEREAS, protecting the safety and wellbeing of all Alaskans is the first priority and highest calling of the State of Alaska. It is important that all citizens know and understand the duties and responsibilities of their law enforcement officers and agencies; and...

Mentoring Month

WHEREAS, Alaska’s youth are Alaska’s future, and it is important that we strengthen and challenge their minds through effective mentoring; and WHEREAS, a mentor dedicates time to a young person to help them develop personal strength and reach their full potential...

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

WHEREAS, December 7, 2022, marks the 81st anniversary of the attack on the United States at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; and WHEREAS, this military assault claimed the lives of over 2,400 American soldiers and citizens and injured over a thousand more, and the resulting...

World HIV/AIDS Day

WHEREAS, starting in 1988 and recognized annually on December 1st, World AIDS Day is a global event to remember those who have lost their lives to AIDS, and to honor and support those living with and affected by HIV; and WHEREAS, this year’s international focus is “...

Adoption Day

WHEREAS, Alaska’s children are our future, and every child deserves to experience the security and love of a stable home; and WHEREAS, on an average day, thousands of Alaskan children are unable to remain safely in their homes; as of August 2022, 2,892 children were...

Veterans and Remembrance Day

WHEREAS, our nation was built upon the belief that all citizens are guaranteed the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; and WHEREAS, the freedoms we enjoy and values we hold dear as Americans do not come without  sacrifice, so as our...

Women Veterans Day

WHEREAS, women have served honorably and courageously in all of America’s wars and conflicts since the American Revolution, but their service was traditionally left unrecognized; and WHEREAS, although women did not officially receive permanent military status until...

Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

WHEREAS, Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is a progressive and degenerative brain disease that affects memory, thinking, decision-making, and behavioral processes, and hinders the cognitive ability to care for oneself, eventually leading to...

Alaskan Native Heritage Month

WHEREAS, Alaska is a culturally rich and diverse land comprised of the Iñupiaq of Northwest Alaska, the Athabascan of the Interior, the Yup’ik and Cup’ik of Southwest Alaska, the Unangax of the Aleutian Islands, the Alutiiq of Southcentral Alaska, and the Tlingit,...

Family Caregivers Month

WHEREAS, all Alaskans, regardless of age, ability, or location deserve access to the wide variety of health care options in Alaska; and WHEREAS, we are blessed to live in a time when medicine and technology have helped us live longer; however, despite these advances,...

Veterans Small Business Week

WHEREAS, nearly one out of ten small businesses across the United States are veteran owned - from Main Street store fronts to virtual high-tech startups that advance America, veteran owned small businesses are a pillar of our economy and contribute to the foundation...

Lights On After School Day

WHEREAS, the health, safety, and education of all Alaska’s children is essential to the happiness, success, and well-being of Alaska’s families and communities; and WHEREAS, Alaska’s youth can have enriched academic careers when they are provided an array of...

Alaska Day

WHEREAS, on October 18, 1867, Alaska officially became a United States Territory after the formal transfer from Russia; and WHEREAS, the United States purchased Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million in March of 1867, although the formal transfer did not officially occur...

Alaska Territorial Guard Day

WHEREAS, the service of the Alaska Territorial Guard (ATG) in the protection of Alaska during World War II represents service above self that is a hallmark of the Alaskan spirit; and WHEREAS, following the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, Alaska Territorial...

Alaska Employ People with Disabilities Week

WHEREAS, Alaska Statute recognizes the first full week of October as Alaska Employ People with Disabilities Week to celebrate and foster the integration of Alaskans with disabilities into our State’s workforce; and WHEREAS, this observance, highlights the talent and...

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

WHEREAS, all Alaskans deserve to be safe in their homes and communities. Domestic Violence is widespread and devastating to many Alaskan families, and it is crucial that we combat these crimes; and WHEREAS, the physical and emotional scars of domestic violence affect...

Alaska Manufacturing Day

WHEREAS, craftsmanship and ingenuity is imbedded in the legacy of the Last Frontier and has helped shape our Great State into what it is today; and WHEREAS, Alaska’s staggering size, natural beauty, vast resources, and strategic location are the envy of the nation....

Pedestrian Safety Month

WHEREAS, Alaska’s road and trail networks provide some of the most breathtaking views in the world, making Alaska an excellent location for travel via bicycles and walking; and WHEREAS, biking and walking are healthy and environmentally-friendly transportation...

Careers in Construction Month

WHEREAS, the construction industry is one of the largest in our nation, employing more than five million individuals in the U.S., and construction professionals play a critical role in Alaska’s economy and development; and WHEREAS, Alaska’s world class system of Joint...

Cybersecurity Awareness Month

WHEREAS, Alaska enters a new expansion of broadband to secure access for all Alaskans as critical infrastructure sectors expand reliance on information systems and technology to support financial services, energy, telecommunications, transportation, utilities, health...

Fire Prevention Month

WHEREAS, fire safety and prevention are of utmost importance for every Alaskan. Each year, fires cause devastating personal injury and property loss throughout our State; and WHEREAS, in 2021, there were 829 residential structures fires reported in Alaska, resulting...

Chiropractic Health Month

WHEREAS, keeping Alaskan families and communities healthy is of utmost importance and directly impacts the success of our Great State as a whole. It is paramount for the safety and well-being of Alaskans to have access to a variety of treatment options; and WHEREAS,...

Alaska Clean Energy Week

WHEREAS, clean and renewable energy is part of Alaska’s energy infrastructure and future. It includes generation from renewable sources such as wind, solar, hydro, tidal, biomass, and geothermal sources, but it also includes nuclear, natural gas, and carbon capture...

Winter Weather Preparedness Week

WHEREAS, Alaskan winters bring unique beauty and recreational opportunities. As snow and ice cover the landscape, Alaskans and visitors can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snow machining, ice skating, and many other activities; and WHEREAS, winter weather in Alaska also...

Hunting and Fishing Day

WHEREAS, Alaska is abundant in diverse wildlife and its vast and expansive landscape provides bountiful resources; and WHEREAS, from big game hunting to sport fishing, Alaska’s hunting and fishing heritage is essential to the State’s economic and social well-being and...

Forensic Science Week

WHEREAS, quality forensic science plays a vital role in investigating crimes, from exonerating the innocent to identifying the guilty; and WHEREAS, forensic science plays a critical role in public outreach and crime prevention, and is evolving in its role as an...

Alaska Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

WHEREAS, all Alaskans deserve access to opportunities to gain the academic, technical, and employability skills necessary to lead prosperous and productive lives; and WHEREAS, Alaska Adult Education and Literacy programs have been serving Alaskans since 1942 with...

Prisoners of War and Missing in Action Recognition Day

WHEREAS, throughout American history, generations of military servicemen and women have embodied patriotism by sacrificing their own personal safety to protect our country, our people, our freedom, and the values we hold dear; and WHEREAS, too many of these brave...

Patriot Day

WHEREAS, today marks 21 years since the American people faced the worst terrorist attack on United States soil on September 11, 2001; and WHEREAS, while the attacks were meant to divide our Great Nation, Americans responded by banding together in a remarkable display...

Suicide Prevention Week

WHEREAS, protecting the health and wellness of Alaskans is key to ensuring a stronger future for our families and communities; and WHEREAS, suicide is the most tragic consequence of mental and emotional illness and distress, and is one of the top ten causes of death...

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

WHEREAS, our most precious resource is our children and their well-being is vital to a bright future for Alaska; and WHEREAS, receiving a cancer diagnosis is distressing at any age, but it is even more heartbreaking when the patient is a child, cancer is the leading...

Recovery Month

WHEREAS, it is paramount for all Alaskans to understand the need for and the effectiveness of affordable, accessible, and high-quality substance abuse treatment; and WHEREAS, substance abuse and co-occurring mental disorders and co-existing physical illnesses are...

Alaska Blood Donation Week

WHEREAS, the State of Alaska is committed to protecting its residents and those visiting our great State by ensuring that our medical centers have a safe and adequate supply of blood; and WHEREAS, a local in-state accessible blood supply is crucial for treating those...

Fentanyl Prevention and Awareness Day

WHEREAS, together, we can help save lives by making sure Alaskans are aware of the dangers of fentanyl, working with law enforcement to prevent drugs from coming into Alaska and reducing stigma so people can find resources to prevent overdose deaths, connect to...

Farmers Market Week

WHEREAS, the U.S. Department of Agriculture proclaimed the first National Farmers Market Week in 1999 and it was created to bring awareness regarding local efforts nationwide for producers to sell directly to customers; and WHEREAS, a farmers market is an organized...

Community Health Center Week

WHEREAS, for over fifty years, Community Health Centers have provided accessible and affordable healthcare to underserved and uninsured members of communities across the Nation; and WHEREAS, each Community Health Center’s Board is comprised of patients to ensure that...

United States Coast Guard Appreciation Day

WHEREAS, the United States Coast Guard has courageously protected our country’s shores since August 4, 1790 and is the nation’s oldest continuous seafaring service; and WHEREAS, the honorable servicemen and women of the Coast Guard have been America’s maritime...

Alaska National Guard Day

WHEREAS, since before World War II, the Alaska National Guard has acted as a first line of defense for the United States of America; and WHEREAS, the Alaska National Guard serves our nation when called by federal service, but National Guard members train and stand...

Rural Transit Day

WHEREAS, Alaska’s state road system spans over 5,600 miles, with many communities not connected to the national highway system; and WHEREAS, the National Transit Assistance Program celebrated the Nation's first Rural Transit Day on July 16, 2019; and WHEREAS, this day...

Independence Day

WHEREAS, over 200 years ago, a group of visionaries, our founding fathers, set out to establish a new and independent nation, unlike any other, based on the philosophies of a representative democracy - affirming and safeguarding each citizen’s right to pursue their...

Drunk Driving Victims’ Remembrance Day

WHEREAS, Alaska’s extensive road systems provide the ability for necessary transportation of Alaskans and visitors, who routinely travel for work, school, and pleasure, with the reasonable expectation of respectful and attentive treatment from fellow drivers; and...

Alaska Lemonade Day

WHEREAS, Alaska’s youth are the future of our Great State, and it is vital for us to provide them with the educational opportunities necessary to achieve their full potential; and WHEREAS, one such opportunity is Lemonade Day, a national program offering our children...

Korea-Alaska Friendship Day

WHEREAS, the State of Alaska is thankful for the continuation of strong international relations with the Republic of Korea and appreciates the Korean community’s many contributions to the economic and cultural diversity of the Last Frontier; and WHEREAS, the Korea...

45th Anniversary of TAPS Operations

WHEREAS, the largest oilfield in North America was discovered at Prudhoe Bay with the successful Prudhoe Bay State No. 1 well in 1968; and WHEREAS, the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) began at the Tonsina River in March 1975 and over the next...

Alaska Pollinator Week

WHEREAS, Alaska has an abundance of plant and animal species that enhance the natural beauty of our great state, and contribute to the health of our ecosystems and industries; and WHEREAS, pollination plays a vital role in the health of our forests, grasslands, and...

Juneteenth Day

WHEREAS, the State of Alaska celebrates Juneteenth, a blending of “June” and “nineteenth,” on the third Saturday in June, which is the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United States; and WHEREAS, this commemoration dates back to June...

Alaska Invasive Species Awareness Week

WHEREAS, Alaska’s vast natural environment includes terrestrial, freshwater, and marine ecosystems supporting native populations of wild plants, fish and wildlife, as well as cultivated crops and livestock; and WHEREAS, the introduction and spread of harmful...

Dutch Harbor Remembrance Day

WHEREAS, on June 3, 1942, World War II arrived in Alaska. On this fateful day, six months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dutch Harbor on Amaknak Island was bombed by Japanese “Kate” bombers from two of their aircraft carriers, marking the first aerial attack by an...

Great Outdoors Month

WHEREAS, Alaska is known for its expansive landscapes and people from all over the world travel to experience the breathtaking views and diverse wildlife the Last Frontier has to offer; and WHEREAS, throughout Alaska’s changing seasons, an abundance of recreational...

Memorial Day

WHEREAS, America was founded on the principles of liberty, opportunity, and justice for all, and we recognize the generations of brave, selfless, patriotic men and women who have served in the military, and have given their lives protecting and defending our nation;...

Safe Boating Week

WHEREAS, Alaska offers unlimited outdoor activities on the multitude of available waterways; from kayaking to river rafting, sport fishing to boating, Alaska’s lakes, rivers, and coastline are used for recreation, work, and transportation; and WHEREAS, Alaska has one...

Arbor Day

WHEREAS, Arbor Day was first recognized by the State of Alaska in 1966, with the intent “to increase public awareness of the vital importance of the conservation and propagation of trees and forests to the everyday life of the citizens of Alaska”; and WHEREAS, trees...

Peace Officers Memorial Day & Alaska Law Enforcement Week

WHEREAS, in 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation designating May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the week in which it falls as National Police Week. We carry on this tradition of recognition and remembrance as a demonstration of honor...

Alaska Mining Day

WHEREAS, Alaska’s expansive landscapes are known to contain tremendous deposits of gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper, coal, gravel, rare earth minerals, and other critical and strategic minerals which are an essential component of our nation’s economic and national...

Nurses Week & School Nurses Day

WHEREAS, nurses are a critical part of health care in Alaska, and the men and women who choose this field of work are devoted, professional, and expertly trained. They bring compassion, understanding, and comfort to patients while using their advanced medical...

Child Care Provider Appreciation Day

WHEREAS, children are Alaska’s most valuable asset and the future of our Great State. High quality care, stimulating learning environments, and positive early experiences help prepare them for a bright and successful future; and WHEREAS, parents are the most important...

National Day of Prayer

WHEREAS, in 1952, a joint resolution by Congress declared an annual day of prayer, and in 1988 the law was amended, permanently setting the day as the first Thursday in May each year; and WHEREAS, faith has played a significant role in American history, inspiring the...

Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Awareness Day

WHEREAS, all Alaskans have the right to safety and justice; and WHEREAS, there is a nationwide crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous persons (MMIP) and a serious problem in Alaska; and WHEREAS, the Urban Indian Health Institute’s (UIHI) 2018 report ranked Alaska...

Wildland Fire Prevention and Preparedness Week

WHEREAS, public and firefighter safety is the first priority in all wildland fire management activities within our state, and agencies and organizations in Alaska share common goals to provide protection and reduce loss of life and property while preserving and...

Agriculture Day

WHEREAS, agriculture plays an integral role in the success of every civilization, and was instrumental to the settlement of Alaska. From farmers feeding the miners of the 1800’s gold rush to the settlers of the Tanana Valley, Alaskan frontiersman have seen the...

Correctional Officers Week

WHEREAS, Correctional Officers are trained law enforcement professionals dedicated to maintaining safe and secure correctional facilities and ensuring public safety; and WHEREAS, the duties of Correctional Officers include the supervision, care, and rehabilitation of...

Older Americans Month

WHEREAS, the number of older Americans who call Alaska home continues to rise; enriching our communities through their experiences and sharing their strength and resilience; and WHEREAS, Alaska’s older people are esteemed members of our society, and their wealth of...

Small Business Week

WHEREAS, America’s success has been driven by pioneers who think big, take risks, and work hard. In Alaska, we recognize that our small business sector is one of the greatest strengths of our prosperous state; and WHEREAS, from the storefront shops that anchor Main...

Elks National Youth Week

WHEREAS, it is our responsibility to guide, inspire and encourage our youth, to go forth and to serve America, our privilege to manifest a lively interest in all their activities and ambitions, and help them become productive citizens; and WHEREAS, to achieve this...

Water Safety Month

WHEREAS, Alaska is renowned for its beautiful lakes, rivers, and thousands of miles of coastline, all providing a wide variety of water-related activities for Alaskans and visitors to enjoy the unique outdoor opportunities life in the Last Frontier provides; and...

Public Service Recognition Week & State Employee Appreciation Day

WHEREAS, public servants play a critical role in providing and supporting the framework within which Alaska’s schools, businesses, and communities can thrive; and WHEREAS, Alaska is home to thousands of Federal, State and local public servants who work tirelessly...

Building Safety Month

WHEREAS, Alaskans are committed to overseeing and maintaining the safety and economic value of the homes, buildings, and infrastructure that serve our citizens in everyday life and in times of natural disaster; and WHEREAS, our confidence in the resilience of these...

Aviation Appreciation Month

WHEREAS, aviation is an essential part of the Alaskan way of life. Eighty-two percent of Alaska’s communities are inaccessible by road and rely heavily on aviation to provide access for commerce, transportation, emergency medical services, shipment of essential goods,...

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

WHEREAS, Alaska has a rich cultural history which includes the values of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders; and WHEREAS, the cultural diversity of our communities is made up of many languages, beliefs, and traditions which strengthen the social fabric of our...

Mental Health Awareness Month

WHEREAS, one in 25 adults today live with a variety of mental health disorders and illnesses such as major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, autism spectrum disorders, and a growing number of other debilitating behavioral health conditions; and WHEREAS,...

Motorcycle and Motor Scooter Awareness Month

WHEREAS, Alaska’s extensive road systems provide some of the most beautiful views in the world, making Alaska an ideal location for motorcycle and motor scooter use; and WHEREAS, many registered motorcyclists, who undergo extensive training and testing in order to...

Foster Parent Appreciation Month

WHEREAS, the children of Alaska are our most precious resource and every child deserves a safe, loving, and stable home in which to grow, learn, and play; and WHEREAS, foster parents, including kinship caregivers, face immense challenges, and display selfless courage...

Holocaust Remembrance Day

WHEREAS, on April 28, 2022 the State of Israel and Jewish people around the world will commemorate Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. WHEREAS, we must never forget the horrific events of the Holocaust and must teach them to our children and never forget the six...

Denim Day

WHEREAS, Denim Day was created in April 1999, as a symbol of protest in response to an Italian high court decision to overturn a rape conviction because the victim was wearing tight denim pants; and WHEREAS, Denim Day is intended to draw attention to the fact that...

Crime Victims’ Rights Week

WHEREAS, throughout our country, millions of people of all ages, and from all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, find themselves victimized by crime each year; and WHEREAS, those who have fallen victim to crime are not always identified or open about their...

Former Prisoners of War Recognition Day

WHEREAS, for more than two centuries, men and women in the United States Armed Forces have served our nation with courage, honor, devotion, and sacrifice; and WHEREAS, on this day in 1942, the largest number of Americans were captured during World War II’s Conquest of...

Flood Preparedness Week

WHEREAS, Spring in Alaska brings the potential for devastating floods caused by ice jams in rivers, coastal storm surging, high precipitation, and rapid thawing of winter snow and ice threatening lives, property, and community economies along major waterways; and...

National Public Health Week

WHEREAS, the week of April 4-10, 2022, is National Public Health Week, and the theme is “Public Health is Where You Are”; providing a reminder that being supported and included within our social communities has a positive effect on our mental and physical wellbeing,...

Commercial Fishing and Agriculture Bank Day

WHEREAS, since territorial days, commercial fishing has been, and continues to be, a vital aspect of Alaska’s economy; and WHEREAS, following statehood, Alaska’s government quickly took on the role of regulating fisheries, protecting rural Alaska residents’ fisheries...

The Week of the Young Child

WHEREAS, children are our most precious resource. The early years of a child’s life are vital in shaping their learning and development; and WHEREAS, a bright future for Alaska depends on the quality of early childhood experiences provided to our children today. A...

Second Chance Month

WHEREAS, every person is endowed with human dignity and value. Those who have fallen should have the opportunity to become contributing members of our great nation; and WHEREAS, reentering society after incarceration can be a daunting and difficult transition and...

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

WHEREAS, this month marks the 21st anniversary of the first national observation of April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In 2000, in an effort to coordinate awareness and prevention efforts, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center and the Resource Sharing...

Child Abuse Prevention Month

WHEREAS, every child is entitled to love, care, security, and protection from abuse, exploitation, and neglect. As Alaskans, we will protect our children’s inalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; and WHEREAS, child abuse affects millions of...

Month of the Military Child

WHEREAS, Alaskans recognize and appreciate the sacrifices made by our servicemen and women who defend our country against all enemies, foreign and domestic; and WHEREAS, children of military families face unique challenges and we appreciate their strength, courage,...

Safe Digging Month

WHEREAS, April marks the start of the spring construction, gardening, and digging season for homeowners, landscapers, and construction companies; and WHEREAS, each year, Alaska’s underground utility infrastructure is jeopardized by unintentional damage by those who...

Vietnam Veterans Day

WHEREAS, throughout the history of our Great State and Nation, countless courageous individuals have bravely answered our Country’s call to patriotic duty; and WHEREAS, the Vietnam War lasted for almost two decades, making it one of the longest military conflicts in...

Great Alaska Good Friday Earthquake Remembrance Day

WHEREAS, emergency preparedness is extremely vital for survival in times of crisis; and WHEREAS, as one of the world’s most seismically active regions, Alaska is highly vulnerable to earthquakes. Of the 20 largest earthquakes in United States history, 16 of them have...

Tsunami Preparedness Week

WHEREAS, emergency preparedness at state, regional, and local levels is extremely vital for survival in times of crisis; and WHEREAS, Alaska’s coastline contains many communities that are vulnerable to tsunamis generated by earthquakes and unstable slopes and is one...

Women in Construction Week

WHEREAS, our Nation has been shaped by the actions of women of every race, class and ethnic background. Women play a critical economic, cultural and social role in every arena, representing a significant portion of the workforce; and WHEREAS, construction...

Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month

WHEREAS, every year traumatic brain injuries occur in the lives of more than 1.7 million Americans, and many have suffered lifelong disabilities; and WHEREAS, damage to the brain can result from a multitude of causes including falls, motor vehicle or sport accidents,...

Rare Disease and Disorder Day

WHEREAS, a rare disease or disorder is a physical condition that affects fewer than 200,000 people. Approximately 25 million people in the United States and 400 million worldwide are affected by Rare Diseases and Disorders; andWHEREAS, there are many different causes...

Elizabeth Peratrovich Day

WHEREAS, Elizabeth Wanamaker Peratrovich, an Alaska Native woman of the Tlingit Nation, set Alaska on the path of ensuring that every man, woman, and child is afforded equal opportunity and protection from discrimination. Leaving a permanent mark on Alaska’s history,...

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