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In the July 18 article, "Students dig into Tlingit culture," the Empire incorrectly stated the camp was being hosted by Goldbelt, Inc. The "Haa Yoo X'atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture" camp was put on by the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation.
Students dig into Tlingit culture

...the impact on all ... both students and teachers is truly profound," said Dionne Cadiente-Laiti, the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation executive director. "We hope to help strengthen our youth in ways that just do not typically take place in...
More than dance

...Kaax'noowu of Glacier Bay. He is also Filipino and Hawaiian.Lyle James, who works as a cultural specialist with Goldbelt Heritage Foundation, has always been a dancer."It was something I wanted to do because my grandparents did it," he said...
Local | Art
Camp immerses youths in traditional culture

...Students who participate in Goldbelt Heritage Foundation's Aan Yatx'u or visiting the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation office on Hospital Drive...tuition covered by the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation. The middle school camp...
More than words integrated into Juneau's public schools and there are programs through Sealaska Heritage Institute and Goldbelt Heritage Foundation with language immersion and culture and place-based curriculum, including camps that teach tough subjects...
Opportunity for local youth to connect with elders, place and language

Goldbelt Heritage Foundation has partnered with the University...created as an extension of Goldbelt Heritage Foundation's "Aan Yatx'u Saani Deiyi...educational support to all students, Goldbelt Heritage Foundation proposed the three university...
Thumbs up, thumbs down

...students in the Northwest Coast Art class added their own individual parts. The project was made possible by the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation and Department of Education Grant Award.Thumbs down to the mass stranding of about 24 starfish, washed ashore...
Local | Opinion
Photo: Screen dedication

...during a dedication ceremony at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School on Friday. The project was made possible by the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation and Department of Education Grant Award.
Gone too soon

...laugh until her sides hurt.Elijah Marks, a 17-year-old junior, said he got to know Billy through a Goldbelt Heritage Foundation marine science camp and later found out they were related."We were cousins, but she felt more like a sister...
Photo: Wolverine screen

Delfin Decker paints part of a wooden panel on Nov. 7 in the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation office that will hang in Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School. The panel features a formline wolverine - the school's mascot - designed...


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