A radio program & podcast that seeks to bring awareness of the diverse experiences and contributions by members of our indigenous community to the wider Petersburg, Alaska community.
Chef Rob Kinneen
Chef Rob Kinneen talks with Janine Gibbons and Kari Petersen about the highlights of his career and his particular interest in sourcing locally and seasonally. He seeks to cook within the limitations of village life, place and lifestyle in mind. Rob is currently the Outreach Director for North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems (NĀTIFS) a non-profit that is dedicated to addressing economic and health crises that affect Native communities by re-establishing native foodways.
Séet Ká Kwáan Dancers
Annette Bennett and Jeanette Ness sit down to discuss the history and impact of the Séet Ká Kwáan Dancers. Jeanette is one of the founders of the dance group, and Annette participated from a young age and the two remain close.
Lingít Stories & Songs
Elder and Author, Diane Benson, discusses the meaning of stories and songs in Lingít culture. She shares some of her storytelling experience and a poem she wrote about that experience.
Local Artist: Ross Nannauck III
Ross Nannauck lll talks with Hannah Flor about his passion for creating Lingít art in a variety of mediums, and what that work has brought to his life. Ross was born and raised here in Séet Ká Kwáan
and is also a longtime volunteer DJ at KFSK.
Mary Katasse-Miller talks with Debra O’Gara about traditional Lingit foodways. Mary is renowned for her legendary frybread that she sells during community events of all kinds, and her use of traditional Lingit foods.
Katherine Monahan interviews Debra O’Gara about her woven work on exhibition at the Clausen Museum in Petersburg for the annual Pride Show. Then Janine Gibbons interviews Evelyn Vanderhoop, renowned Haida weaver, about finding her way to weaving, and the ways that it enriches her life.