Success Stories

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 …

Voices for Justice: ANJC’s 2020 Year in Review

2020: Growing. Stronger. Four years after becoming a subsidiary of CITC, the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) has never been stronger, thanks to expanded services, …

Just a Phone Call Away

Alaska Native Justice Center’s (ANJC) Tribal ICWA Representation Program provides representation, and more, for Tribes Bettyann Steciw picked up the phone, not expecting much. She’d …

Strength in Numbers: ANJC’s 2019 Year in Review

ANJC tackles community’s most pressing issues, with the help of partners When the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) was honored this year by the Foundation …

Ready For Change

Cora Moonin needed to get out of the halfway house. She had sworn to herself that this time, after being in and out of jail …

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