Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
Podcasts examining, on occasion of 50th Anniversary
December 1971 marked the signing of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), and in observance of the 50th anniversary of this event, Alaska Public Media has released a series of four podcasts.
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Unsettled: A podcast examining the legacy of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
- Fifty years ago, U.S. Congress passed legislation that permanently terminated Alaska Natives’ land claims. On its anniversary, Alaska Public Media and the Anchorage Daily News, with Indigenous leaders from around the state as guests, examine the legacy of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and its impacts on subsistence, culture and the state’s economy.
- Take a listen to the PBS four-part podcast series, Unsettled, and for more ANCSA coverage visit alaskapublic.org/ancsa50
Ed. note: For those wishing additional historical perspective, the Wikipedia page on ANCSA can be found HERE.