Elizabeth Peratrovich Multi-Media Contest

Elizabeth Peratrovich Multi-Media Contest "Civil Rights Issues in Alaska: Past, Present, and Future."

We welcome essays, poetry, songs, artwork and videos about Native Civil Rights Issues in Alaska and how they affect Alaskans either in the past, present issues or concerns about the future. The goal of our Committee is to encourage students to learn about Native Issues that involve civil rights. Elizabeth & Roy Peratrovich worked on a number of civil rights issues; many of those issues are still affecting Alaskan Native peoples today.

Essay Criteria:

  • 1-2 pages for 4-6th Graders

  • 2-3 pages for Middle School

  • 3-4 pages for High School Students

    Students essays in each level will be chosen based on the content and writing skills to match each level of education to be determined by each level of teaching standards. All work to be submitted by Feb. 1st, 2020. Contact Information or Questions: Alaska Native Sisterhood, EP Day Chair Sid Hartley, 907.220.7921.

    Gunalchéesh, Háw’aa, Nt’oyaxin, Thank You,

    Sid Hartley
    Chair, Elizabeth Peratrovich Day Committee Alaska Native Sisterhood Camp 14


 Elizabeth Peratrovich Day

February 16, 2020

"Civil Rights Issues in Alaska Past, Present and Future"

11am-8pm

 

The Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood in partnership with The Southeast Alaska Discovery Center would like to invite Ketchikan and surrounding areas to the 2019 ANB/ANS Elizabeth Peratrovich Family Celebration. This is a family, community, school staff event. Everyone is welcome and the event is free of charge.

The film For the Rights of All: Ending Jim Crow in Alaskawill be shown at 12:00pm & 3:00pm at the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center.

Presentations from local schools will begin at 5:00 in the Elizabeth Peratrovich Theater with the youngest groups starting the evening. At 7:00 pm Betsy Peratrovich will announce the unveiling of the Elizabeth Peratrovich coin from the US Mint .

Winners of our 2020 Multi-media Contest will be announced on 2/16/2020 at Camp 14 ANB/ANS Hall 429 Deermount in Ketchikan. Everyone is encouraged to bring a potluck dish or dessert.

Camp 14 will be providing hot dogs, chips and bottle water to each child for their class or individual projects. Event is 1pm until 4pm is open to public and free of charge.


The children have worked hard on their projects and are excited to show their community. We hope to seeyou all there.

 

For information contact Sid Hartley 907-220-7921 or Vickie Fouts 907-228-6246 You can also message us on Facebook: ANB/ANS Camp 14.