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Location: Arctic Studies Center at the Anchorage Museum

Date: Thursday, September 1 at noon

Carpenter turned positive rap musician, motivational speaker and community activist, Samuel Johns (Ahtna Athabascan) talks about his work, which includes founding ForgetMeNotAK.org to help the homeless reconnect with their families.

This event is sponsored by the Recovering Voices Program, an initiative led by the National Museum of Natural History.


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