Alaskan Native

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Synonyms for Alaskan Native

a member or descendant of any of the aboriginal peoples of Alaska

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With Alaskan Native students comprising about 17 percent of the student population at UAS, Caulfield has been intentional about providing opportunities to attract and retain those students to the university.
* Consider for those (even if not overweight) who have a risk factor such as a family history of diabetes or a personal history of gestational diabetes or polycystic ovarian syndrome; or who are African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Alaskan Native, or Native Hawaiian.
The NAL SA was presented with the award for the organization's work helping Native American and Alaskan Native students and parents complete Title VII applications.
NovaCopper has an agreement with NANA Regional Corp., Inc., an Alaskan Native Corp.
Critique: Enhanced with the inclusion of thirty pages of Notes; a three page list of References; a one page list of Cases Cited; and a twenty-three page Index, this is an impressively researched, written, organized and presented history of the Alaskan Native American human and political rights movement.
Her mother, Ruth, still reeling from being left by her husband five years earlier, has become fixated on an Alaskan glacier -- and an untamed Alaskan native, Kenny.
The Statewide Native Tribal Health Consortium includes several tribal health networks and the Alaskan Native Medical Center (ANMC), a 150-bed facility in an urban center serving 136,065 Alaskan Native/American Indian people in the statewide healthcare network at the time of this study.
population groups, 2010 estimates White (non-Hispanic) 21.6% Black or African American 5.6% Asian, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander 19.1% Hispanic, Latino 58.9% American Indian, Alaskan Native 18.3% Source: Boston College's School of Theology and Ministry Note: Table made from bar graph.
The eleven million employee-owners of the twelve thousand companies in the United States with stock ownership plans are not among the serf class, nor are the indigenous peoples of Alaska, who are owners of the Alaskan native corporations that were established by the Alaskan Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971, the second most important piece of economic legislation ever passed by the U.S.
Created through a unique partnership between the National Park Service, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Bureau of Indian Education, the American Indian Alaskan Native Tourism Association, and Eastern National, this publication is the first of its kind to explore the Native American perspective.
It also foresees enhanced protections for Native American and Alaskan Native women, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender victims, as well as immigrant victims and their children.
Most of the cases have been in children younger than 5 years old, in Alaskan Native children, and most also have been clustered in a specific region of western Alaska.
This report summarizes a conversation that took place in April of 2010 in Washington, DC regarding high school reform and Native American, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian students.
Korean-born, Minneapolis-raised Sonja Kostich got together with Alaskan native Brandi Norton and formed OTHERSHORE, a group that honors diversity within a contemporary aesthetic.
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