A group of Mat-Su feminists who are set to march through Palmer on Oct. 17 will likely meet a group of MAGA-hat-wearing conservative patriots who support Trump’s U.S. Supreme Court nominee. Organizers of the Palmer March for Justice state that the
This is it Fairbanks! You already pleaded with your school board members to reject the introduction of highly controversial sexual ideology in your schools. You came out in force to meetings this year, wrote hundreds of letters and emails and gave passionate
For nearly two weeks Marvin Abbott has sat, prayed, slept and peacefully protested outside the main entrance to Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage. His daughter Rachelle was medivacked from Kodiak on Sept. 6 after suffering a major asthma attack.
Fairbanks School Board candidates hold widely differing views when it comes to abortion, LGBT issues and parental rights. The Watchman sent a survey to each candidate. Their responses to some of the most hot-button social issues are published below.
In an effort to further normalize and promote the LGBTQ lifestyle and social agenda to impressionable Fairbanks area children, the Fairbanks School Board voted 8-1 to establish October as “LGBTQ History Month.” The aim is to highlight and celebrate the
Many parents and community members have been deeply upset by recent moves from the Fairbanks School Board to push radical LGBTQ books and curriculum on area children over the past year (click here for details). The upcoming Oct. 6 election is an opportunity
The Juneau Pro-Choice Coalition has issued its list of the most pro-abortion candidates running for local office. In an effort to strengthen pro-abortion laws and policies, the abortion advocacy group publishes a voter guide prior to municipal and state
It is now illegal for counselors in Anchorage to provide any service for minors that helps them deal with unwanted same-sex attraction or overcome gender identity disorders. In a 9-2 vote the Anchorage Assembly effectively banned counseling that encourages
The Juneau Public Libraries has moved its Drag Storytime events online out of COVID-19 concerns. The publicly funded institution held an Aug. 24 Drag Storytime event on Zoom, which was open to everyone including children “of all ages.” The event featured
Yet another protest will take place outside the Anchorage Assembly chambers on Aug. 25, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The upcoming event will urge the Assembly to reject an ordinance that would ban counseling for minors who want help dealing with unwanted same-sex
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