March 22, 2017

Greenland! It never ever entered my mind that someday I would be going to Greenland. But I have and here’s our story. It all started a few years ago when I got invited to the Nahdezda ( Hope ) Sled dog race in  Chukotka ,Russia. Mille Porsild a very good friend of ours...


Forward - General Overview of current conditions

Respect - What it should be and why it’s important

Identity and its’ Power - An exercise in self awareness

Fear - Being Afraid or Being Courageous

The Roles Of Our Inupiaq People

What Needs To Get Done - And By Who


March 22, 2017

I had taken my rise to power

Each dance on a ring,

The boundaries of my moments,

The mat—always free.

I would hit the skulls

Crash down upon frames of all

Unlucky souls.

Bands around our ankles

We fought and bled to clocks

—and I was untouchable.

My graceful counters,

The legs I’...

December 21, 2016

It is always a bittersweet thought knowing my lineage and foundational ties that I have to the community of Barrow, Alaska. I am a fourth generation Brower and come from Teresa Anne Brower. My grandparents were Harry Brower, Sr. and Annie Hopson Brower. My great-grandp...

December 21, 2016

The Inupiaq Eskimos call the aurora borealis “kiguruyat” (spirits who gnaw with their teeth). These hissing spirits of the sky, according to Eskimo interpretation, play a football game. The participants wear colorful costumes of many hues. The hissing spirits have the...

December 21, 2016

To describe the land is to describe myself. What makes a landscape sacred? It is the very essence that allows my spirit to be sacred. The history of my ancestors and the story of our future is written in code throughout our ecosystem. This complex network composes my p...

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