Anchorage-based Wisdom Apologetics is continuing its “Candid Conversations” series this fall and winter with presentations on critical race theory, progressive Christianity and other hot-button cultural and religious issues. Over the summer, the group
The Alaska Humanities Forum, a federally supported non-profit established to advance and preserve cultural traditions in the Last Frontier, is hosting a weekend-long conversation next month about the relationship between race and land in Alaska. In order to
The Alaska State Senate is considering a bill that would require government-run schools to display on their websites all training material used for teachers, curriculum and school procedures, as well as the title and author of materials, and any organizations
In an inaugural address at the University of St. Andrews in 1867, British philosopher John Stuart Mill said, “Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.” It may be recalled that out of the estimated
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series on critical race theory and the Black Lives Matter movement by Anchorage pastor Prince Nwankudu. Read part one here and part two here. I urge everyone reading this article to take a few minutes and
When asked whether the Anchorage’s Police Department is racist, Ken McCoy, who recently stepped down as the city’s first-ever African American police chief, defended the officers as brave, hardworking men and women. McCoy agreed to a Feb. 13
Anchorage School District leaders repeatedly claim they have no intention of teaching critical race theory and yet district leadership is actively encouraging teachers to enroll in a so-called “anti-racist” workshop that condemns “whiteness” and
By their own admission Anchorage’s brick and mortar public schools are plagued with student fights, foul language, emotional outbursts, disrespect of teachers and embarrassing academic scores. You can add to that the purchasing of pornographic gay novels,
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