Raven's Circle

Shareholder Newsletter

Board Corner

I am CIRI Board Vice Chair Margaret Brown. It has been my privilege to serve on the CIRI Board from 1984 to 1987, from 2002 to 2006, and from 2016 until the present.

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CIRI in the Community

The CARES Act is a federal program that provides relief for individuals and businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In Touch: High-School Graduation

Original CIRI enrollee Tammy Ashley (Aleut and Inupiaq) is pleased to announce the graduation of her nephew, CIRI descendant Terry Tuttle, and cousin, Kavin Morgan, from Dimond High School in Anchorage.

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In Memory

View the obituaries of shareholders who have recently passed away.

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2021 Tax Information

The quarterly payments issued in 2021 from the CST Distribution Fund and the CST Elders Fund are nontaxable; thus, tax forms will not be issued, and the payments will not be reported to the IRS.

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Pick.Click.Give. Now through March 31

Among the eligible 2021 Pick.Click.Give. organizations are three CIRI-affiliated community nonprofits: Alaska Native Heritage Center, Alaska Native Justice Center and KNBA FM/Koahnic Broadcast Corp.

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Winners’ Circle

The following shareholders and descendants have been selected as winners for the most recent CIRI drawings.

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ANCSA Celebrates 50 Years

The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, signed into law Dec. 18, 1971, settled Alaska Native peoples’ aboriginal land claims and distributed 44 million acres of land and nearly $1 billion to 12 land-based Alaska Native regional corporations, including CIRI.

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2022 Board Recruitment

The CIRI Nominating Committee is seeking CIRI shareholders interested in nomination to the 2022 CIRI Board of Directors’ candidate slate.

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A Word from the President

Every Alaska Native person with a living memory of the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) has a story to tell. To tell my story, I must go back in time long before ANCSA passed.

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