Tents and supplies cover the Nome beach during the golden summer of 1900. Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum, NMP-17-32


Alaska Anthropological Association Anti-Harassment Policy

Date Posted: June 14, 2019       Categories: Uncategorized

The Alaska Anthropological Association, in keeping with federal and state law and non-profit best practices, strives to maintain a professional environment free from all forms of discrimination and harassment. The Board of Directors has worked with legal counsel to draft an Anti-Harassment Policy for the Association. In keeping with the governing authority of the Board of Directors, the Alaska Anthropological Association Anti-Harassment Policy was approved and adopted by the Board on 6-12-19. This policy is effective forthwith and can be found at: https://www.alaskaanthropology.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Anti-Harassment-Policy-2019-1.pdf 

The Alaska Anthropological Association Anti-Harassment Policy is a living document. We welcome member feedback, questions, and comments on the policy. Additionally, an open forum is being planned for the 2020 Annual Meeting in Fairbanks to encourage discussion about the Anti-Harassment Policy as well as extended conversations and concerns about harassment in academic and workplace settings.