Sealaska Corporation Native corporation shareholders push back against state’s social media crackdown By Jacob Resneck (CoastAlaska) • Jan 21, 2020 State regulators will fine some Alaska Native corporation shareholders over their criticism on social media. That’s because free speech is not protected when it comes to corporate elections. Sealaska Shareholders Underground is a Facebook page with about 1,600 followers. It’s the mouthpiece of Dominic Salvato. ‘Landless’ tribes stake out selections of the Tongass By June Leffler (KSTK-Wrangell) • Nov 4, 2019 Some Southeast Alaska tribal communities who were excluded from forming village corporations in the 1970s continue to push for a land settlement. Residents and descendants of natives in Wrangell, Petersburg, Tenakee Springs, Ketchikan and Haines call themselves landless tribes. The effort backed by Sealaska Corporation, has released a series of maps with acreage they’d like sliced out of Tongass National Forest.