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Togetherings

Togetherings

By Alaska Humanities Forum
Togetherings are conversations presented in a series of three episodes, each series focusing on a different theme, exploring big ideas from an Alaskan perspective. At each Togethering, two people kick-off the conversation starting with some questions.

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Pathways Forward
"Pathways Forward" is a conversation in a series in partnership with YWCA Alaska about racism in Alaska, what is our capacity to change. YWCA Alaska has been serving Alaskans since 1989. They are committed to supporting and fostering a community were all the peoples of this great land can live and thrive. They believe in the “beloved community” that invites respectful conversations and dialogue around issues that matter to Alaskans. This series is funded by GCI. Together we make Alaska stronger.
54:23
June 29, 2021
Racism: Intergenerational Perspectives
"Racism: Intergenerational Perspectives" is a conversation in a series in partnership with YWCA Alaska about racism in Alaska, what is our capacity to change. YWCA Alaska has been serving Alaskans since 1989. They are committed to supporting and fostering a community were all the peoples of this great land can live and thrive. They believe in the “beloved community” that invites respectful conversations and dialogue around issues that matter to Alaskans. This series is funded by GCI. Together we make Alaska stronger.
52:34
June 29, 2021
Stories From Alaskans
"Stories From Alaskans" is a conversation in a series in partnership with YWCA Alaska about racism in Alaska, what is our capacity to change. YWCA Alaska has been serving Alaskans since 1989. They are committed to supporting and fostering a community were all the peoples of this great land can live and thrive. They believe in the “beloved community” that invites respectful conversations and dialogue around issues that matter to Alaskans. This series is funded by GCI. Together we make Alaska stronger.
34:51
June 29, 2021
Space, Place, and Trace
"Space, Place, and Trace" is a conversation in a series in partnership with the SEED Lab of the Anchorage Museum as part of Future Ready: Survival Now + Next. Future Ready was an open call for images, ideas, words and inventions as well as survival manuals or proposals for constructions and installations—all for future readiness, whether practical, imaginative or speculative. Future Ready will continue to invite creative and critical thinkers, including youth, to examine ideas of readiness and future solutions.
44:53
June 29, 2021
Today is Tomorrow's Yesterday
"Today is Tomorrow's Yesterday" is a conversation in a series in partnership with the SEED Lab of the Anchorage Museum as part of Future Ready: Survival Now + Next. Future Ready was an open call for images, ideas, words and inventions as well as survival manuals or proposals for constructions and installations—all for future readiness, whether practical, imaginative or speculative. Future Ready will continue to invite creative and critical thinkers, including youth, to examine ideas of readiness and future solutions.
40:57
June 28, 2021
Creating for Tomorrow
"Creating for Tomorrow" is a conversation in a series in partnership with the SEED Lab of the Anchorage Museum as part of Future Ready: Survival Now + Next. Future Ready was an open call for images, ideas, words and inventions as well as survival manuals or proposals for constructions and installations—all for future readiness, whether practical, imaginative or speculative. Future Ready will continue to invite creative and critical thinkers, including youth, to examine ideas of readiness and future solutions.
44:53
June 28, 2021
Representation in Conservation
"Representation in Conservation" is the first conversation in a series in partnership with the Alaska Center about representation; questions on leadership, equity, and inclusion. The Alaska Center is a nonprofit organization that engages, empowers, and elects Alaskans to stand up for our clean air and water, healthy communities, and a strong democracy. This series is a part of the national "Why It Matters: Civic and Electoral Participation" initiative, administered by the Federation of State Humanities Councils and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Alaska Humanities Forum has supported a series of events and activities around voting, engagement, and democracy to strengthen civic connection and participation throughout Alaska. Find out more at www. akhf.org/why_it_matters
01:06:43
May 14, 2021
Representation at the Table
"Representation at the Table" is part of a series in partnership with the Alaska Center about representation; questions on leadership, equity, and inclusion. The Alaska Center is a nonprofit organization that engages, empowers, and elects Alaskans to stand up for our clean air and water, healthy communities, and a strong democracy. This series is a part of the national "Why It Matters: Civic and Electoral Participation" initiative, administered by the Federation of State Humanities Councils and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Alaska Humanities Forum has supported a series of events and activities around voting, engagement, and democracy to strengthen civic connection and participation throughout Alaska. Find out more at www. akhf.org/why_it_matters
42:59
May 14, 2021
Representation at the Polls
"Representation at the Polls" is the second conversation in a series in partnership with the Alaska Center about representation; questions on leadership, equity, and inclusion. The Alaska Center is a nonprofit organization that engages, empowers, and elects Alaskans to stand up for our clean air and water, healthy communities, and a strong democracy. This series is a part of the national "Why It Matters: Civic and Electoral Participation" initiative, administered by the Federation of State Humanities Councils and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Alaska Humanities Forum has supported a series of events and activities around voting, engagement, and democracy to strengthen civic connection and participation throughout Alaska. Find out more at www. akhf.org/why_it_matters
48:60
May 14, 2021