Partners and Supporters

Here are some of the great organizations and individuals who have supported this production:


Tammy Ashley

Irene Rowan

Carole Anderson

Sarah Baureis

Georgia Blue

Forrest Dunbarr

Julie Fate Sullivan

Margy Anderson

Angela Gonzalez

David Holthouse

Tasha Hotch

Phillip Munger

Trevor Storrs

Rep. Geran Tarr

Francine Taylor

Dr. Larry Severson

Patricia Wolf

Angela Michaud

Denise Morris

Linda Starbard

Kyla Morris

Art Rotch

Josh Lowman

Linda Kumin

Jean Bruce Scott

Maggie Rabb

Sharon Horn

Brian Wescott

Leaves Garnett

Marlene Johnson

Irene Bedard

Rico and Crystal Worl

Joe Bedard

Erick Robertson

Naaqtuuq Dommek

Diane Benson





Sealaska Heritage Institute

Sealaska Heritage Institute perpetuates, enhances and shares Southeast Alaskan Native culture through their Institute, their store, and their True Southeast visitor experience.


Standing Together Against Rape (RAPE)

Providing options, support and information to Alaskans affected by sexual violence for more than 35 years.



AWARE provides comprehensive intervention and prevention, outreach and education regarding domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.


Hoonah Indian Association

The Hoonah Indian Association was chartered in 1939 as a federally recognized Tribe.



SEARHC is a non-profit tribal health consortium of 18 Native communities which serves the health interests of the Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, and other Native people of Southeast Alaska.


Anchorage Museum

The Anchorage Museum connects people, expands perspectives, and encourages global dialogue about the North and its distinct environment.


The CIRI Foundation

The CIRI Foundation is a private foundation established in 1982 by the Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) Board of Directors to encourage education and career development of Alaska Native original enrollees of CIRI and their direct lineal descendants.


Alaska Children's Trust

An organization that works toward a safe childhood for every Alaskan child by generating funds and committing resources to prevent child abuse and neglect.





The Anchorage Press wrote a feature article on Vera Starbard and Our Voices Will Be Heard in 2014. The article won a first place award for arts reporting at the Alaska Press Club Awards in 2015.

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