The Alaska Humanities Forum is dedicated to connecting Alaskans and strengthening communities across the state.
Using the humanities - literature and storytelling, history, art, music, philosophy, the shared cultural heritage - they create the space for Alaskans to share their stories, ideas, and perspectives so that they may better understand themselves, one another, and the human experience.
Since 1972, the Forum has represented and served Alaska as one of 56 state and territorial councils supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and as a member of the Federation of State Humanities Councils.
The Alaska Humanities Forum connects Alaskans through stories, ideas, and experiences that positively change lives and empower communities.
The vision is a culturally diverse, economically vibrant, and equitable Alaska where people are engaged, informed, and connected.
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