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Louise Brady

Louise Brady

Louise Brady (X'asheech Tláa) is a Tlingit woman who is a member of the Kiks.ádi Clan from Sitka, Alaska. She is active in cultural preservation, tribal government, and drug and alcohol education and treatment programs. She has worked as a culture and education specialist for the National Park Service and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska, has served on the Sitka Tribe of Alaska Tribal Council, and participates in Tlingit history and culture events, including honoring the ancestors at the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the purchase of Alaska, remembering the 1804 battle between the Russians and the Sitka Kiks.ádi, and she's worked to preserve Sitka's herring fishery and Native fishing traditions. As a member of the Sitka Kiks.ádi clan, Louise has strong ties to Sitka and to the site of Sitka National Historical Park.

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