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Return to:   "The Alaska Anti-Discrimination Act - 1945 - Alaska moved from a culture of Native/non-Native segregation to equal rights for all under the law, thanks in part to Territorial Governor Ernest Gruening and the efforts of Native activists Elizabeth Peratrovich and Alberta Schenck."

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Governor Gruening signs the Anti-Discrimination Act, 1945
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Example of anti-Native discrimination in Juneau
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Air Transport Command Dance in Nome, 1945
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Main Street, Nome, Alaska
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Alberta Schenck's letter to the Nome Nugget, March 3, 1944
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The "whites only" barracks at Unangan Hospital
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The Alaska Daily Empire, February 6, 1945, reporting Elizabeth Peratrovich's speech
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The Alaska Anti-Discrimination Act

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