Photos and Videos



Clarence Lee Alexander, left, of Fort Yukon, Alaska, gives the thumbs-up as President Barack Obama awards him 2011 Presidential Citizens Medal, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011, during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington. Alexander has worked extensively to clean up the Yukon River, resulting in the closure of numerous open-burning dumps and the removal or recycling of millions pounds of waste. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)

 

Photography

YRITWC presents its Photography page. The photos can either be viewed using the Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer or by clicking on the link below. Click here to get the Viewer.

It will take a few minutes to start once you click your mouse on the slideshow but be patient, it's worth it! Go grab a coffee and come back for the show.

2007 Yukon River Healing Journey 2008 Yukon River Healing Journey 2009 Yukon River Healing Journey
     
 
4th Biennial Summit PowerPoint Slideshow 3rd Biennial Summit PowerPoint Slideshow

  

Media


River Reactions

The Yukon River has been the lifeline of the First Nations and Tribes of Alaska's interior for thousands of years. In 2005, Toshiba offered the Native Village of Galena an experimental nuclear reactor for "free". In this video, we hear reactions of the tribes of the Yukon River to the proposed nuclear reactor.

  
   
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