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Making Victims’ Voices Heard

ANJC Advocate Kayla Cox’s passion for helping assault victims goes beyond the office and into the classroom  Kayla Cox came to the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) as an intern for the Reentry Program in 2018. But while her interest …

Your One-Stop Shop for Justice

ANJC relaunches website   On May 5, 2021, the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) celebrated its 28th year of providing advocacy, prevention, and intervention services for Alaska Native people and others. The organization marked a second milestone that same week, …

ANJC Court Kiosk Provides Virtual Access to Justice System

A new private space at CITC facilitates virtual court appearances, electronic filing, and more This year, the COVID-19 pandemic forced most Alaskans to rethink how they work, go to school, and access services. While many Alaskans have long struggled to …

2020 in Review: Increased Capacity, Expanded Services

We hope this message finds you happy and healthy as we come to the end of 2020, a year that was truly challenging for everyone. Despite our challenges, ANJC continued to grow and increase our capacity to help more people. …

Creating Connections to Reduce Recidivism

ANJC’s newest program aims to keep Alaska Native youth out of the juvenile justice system Four years ago, when she became the Director of Operations at the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC), Tammy Ashley had a dream. She wanted to …

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