Survival Denied: Stories from Alaska Native families Living in a Broken System

By the Council for Athabascan Governments, stories are shared that illustrate the impact current management practices and regulations have on the lives of Alaska Natives. Their first-hand testimonials reveal a complicated system that denies Alaska Natives their rights to traditional foods and ways of life; illustrating the need for a revised system that provides them a greater influence in land management, hunting, and fishing; a system that ensures their religions, physical and cultural survival.