Success Stories

Voices for Justice: Growing Native Leaders in the Field of Law

With new opportunities for law clerks and fellows, ANJC is equipping young legal minds with knowledge and experience in Native law   Alaska doesn’t have …

Against the Odds

Alaska Native people face long odds in the justice system—but with the help of ANJC, Toni Sanderson beat the statistics Toni Sanderson isn’t a statistic. …

A Stepping Stone to Success

By partnering with youth detention centers, ANJC aims to reduce recidivism among young offenders When Ian Millard left the McLaughlin Youth Center (MYC) at 19, …

Voices for Justice: 2022 Year in Review

Throughout 2022, the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) continued to deliver and grow its direct services to people seeking justice-related support. For victims of crimes, …

Providing Justice For Alaska’s Tribes – Serving Our Nome Community

A Q&A with Lola Tobuk: Q: Tell us about the work you do on behalf of the Tribe as it relates to Indian Child Welfare …

Real People, Real Justice: Jamie

ANJC fundraiser provides support for victims of violence I should just kill you. Those were the words that followed Jamie as she left her home. …

Voices for Justice: 2021 Year in Review

  Growth in a year of challenge Last year, the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) served 7,950 individuals through its programs—an 87 percent increase since …

A Strategy for Success

Losing Angel was the final blow. “That was the worst,” Antonio Arroyo described. “I had five people close to me die in six months, and …

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