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Mother's Day 2022 Reproductive Rights March
Theo Greenly
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KUCB
Around a dozen people gathered in downtown Unalaska in front of Chief Alexei Courthouse on Mother’s Day to march in support of federal protections of women’s abortion rights. Around the nation, advocates of abortion rights have been in an uproar since the opinion was leaked in early April, but the court is not set to issue a ruling until early summer.
About Town
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    Berett Wilber
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    KUCB
    April was Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Awareness Month. If you missed special programming, you can find it here.
  • The Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska and KUCB are proud to present "Aqalix Qada!" — a traditional foods video series. In this first episode of the series, Vince Tutiakoff Sr. demonstrates how he fillets a silver salmon.
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    Theo Greenly
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    KUCB
    The Unalaska Public Library moved into its temporary location at the Burma Road Chapel in early April. And while some things are new and some are missed, lovers of Alaska history will be happy to know they can still hang out and read about the Aleutians. Peat has worked at the library for around 17 years, acquiring a vast knowledge of everything Alaska and Aleutians — from Alaska statehood and the Valdez oil spill to shipping in Alaska and Russian exploration. “He’s the person I refer anyone to when they have questions about Alaskana stuff,” said library assistant Katie Huling. “His knowledge of the history of this island is just phenomenal.”
  • Preschool teacher Joni Scott, who coordinated the Ice Cream Social, said 78 gallons of ice cream were served throughout the afternoon.
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