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Indian Country Today delivers daily news and analysis about Native America and global Indigenous communities. Stories are reported from bureaus in Phoenix, Washington D.C. and Anchorage. The host is Patty Talahongva.

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  • Friday, January 14
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  • A Flurry of Legal Decisions
    Friday, January 14
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    In 2022, we will hear a flurry of decisions in the U.S. Supreme Court that will involve Federal Indian Law. In other circuit courts, there are also major decisions and cases to look for that involve Native people. Joining us is Cherokee Nation citizen Stacy Leeds who is a professor of law at Arizona State University. Leeds was the first woman to serve on the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court. Overhauling the Canadian Child Welfare System will soon be underway, thanks in part to First Nations woman Cindy Blackstock. Earlier this month, the Canadian government announced it will pay $31.5 billion to fix the nation's child welfare system. Writer and producer Miles Morrisseau has been covering this topic and he joins the show with more background. It has been one year since Navajo citizen Christina Haswood was sworn into office to represent district 10 in the Kansas state legislature. She was elected into office at age 26. Since she's been elected, this Indigenous woman has advocated for change in Native communities. She joins the show to reflect on her first year in office - and to tell us if she will seek reelection.
  • A Flurry of Legal Decisions
    Friday, January 14
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In 2022, we will hear a flurry of decisions in the U.S. Supreme Court that will involve Federal Indian Law. In other circuit courts, there are also major decisions and cases to look for that involve Native people. Joining us is Cherokee Nation citizen Stacy Leeds who is a professor of law at Arizona State University. Leeds was the first woman to serve on the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court. Overhauling the Canadian Child Welfare System will soon be underway, thanks in part to First Nations woman Cindy Blackstock. Earlier this month, the Canadian government announced it will pay $31.5 billion to fix the nation's child welfare system. Writer and producer Miles Morrisseau has been covering this topic and he joins the show with more background. It has been one year since Navajo citizen Christina Haswood was sworn into office to represent district 10 in the Kansas state legislature. She was elected into office at age 26. Since she's been elected, this Indigenous woman has advocated for change in Native communities. She joins the show to reflect on her first year in office - and to tell us if she will seek reelection.
  • A Flurry of Legal Decisions
    Thursday, January 13
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In 2022, we will hear a flurry of decisions in the U.S. Supreme Court that will involve Federal Indian Law. In other circuit courts, there are also major decisions and cases to look for that involve Native people. Joining us is Cherokee Nation citizen Stacy Leeds who is a professor of law at Arizona State University. Leeds was the first woman to serve on the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court. Overhauling the Canadian Child Welfare System will soon be underway, thanks in part to First Nations woman Cindy Blackstock. Earlier this month, the Canadian government announced it will pay $31.5 billion to fix the nation's child welfare system. Writer and producer Miles Morrisseau has been covering this topic and he joins the show with more background. It has been one year since Navajo citizen Christina Haswood was sworn into office to represent district 10 in the Kansas state legislature. She was elected into office at age 26. Since she's been elected, this Indigenous woman has advocated for change in Native communities. She joins the show to reflect on her first year in office - and to tell us if she will seek reelection.
  • Native Legislation In Congress: 'we Need Action'
    Thursday, January 13
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples oversees the federal trust responsibility to tribal nations. It screens legislation introduced in the U.S. House for all matters regarding Native Americans and Native Hawaiians. New Mexico representative Teresa Leger Fernandez serves as chair of the committee. She tells us about her policy priorities and more. John Tahsuda III, Kiowa, is a regular contributor to the ICT newscast. In 2002, he worked as the staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. He also is a former principal deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs and served in that position from 2017 to 2020. He is a partner at Navigators Global, a company that provides political services to several industries including tribes. Tahsuda tells us about how ending the filibuster could impact Indian Country.
  • Native Legislation In Congress: 'we Need Action'
    Thursday, January 13
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples oversees the federal trust responsibility to tribal nations. It screens legislation introduced in the U.S. House for all matters regarding Native Americans and Native Hawaiians. New Mexico representative Teresa Leger Fernandez serves as chair of the committee. She tells us about her policy priorities and more. John Tahsuda III, Kiowa, is a regular contributor to the ICT newscast. In 2002, he worked as the staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. He also is a former principal deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs and served in that position from 2017 to 2020. He is a partner at Navigators Global, a company that provides political services to several industries including tribes. Tahsuda tells us about how ending the filibuster could impact Indian Country.
  • Native Legislation In Congress: 'we Need Action'
    Wednesday, January 12
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples oversees the federal trust responsibility to tribal nations. It screens legislation introduced in the U.S. House for all matters regarding Native Americans and Native Hawaiians. New Mexico representative Teresa Leger Fernandez serves as chair of the committee. She tells us about her policy priorities and more. John Tahsuda III, Kiowa, is a regular contributor to the ICT newscast. In 2002, he worked as the staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. He also is a former principal deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs and served in that position from 2017 to 2020. He is a partner at Navigators Global, a company that provides political services to several industries including tribes. Tahsuda tells us about how ending the filibuster could impact Indian Country.
  • A 'historic' Meeting in the Black Hills
    Wednesday, January 12
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A. Gay Kingman, Cheyenne River Sioux, is the executive director of the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Association. She tells us more about a historic meeting last month between Native leaders from 16 tribes in the Dakotas and Nebraska and top officials at the Interior Department. Shaun Griswold, Laguna Pueblo, is a reporter at Source New Mexico. He has been covering the investigations of Albuquerque Indian School, which was the second largest boarding school of its time, behind Carlisle Indian School.
  • A 'historic' Meeting in the Black Hills
    Wednesday, January 12
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A. Gay Kingman, Cheyenne River Sioux, is the executive director of the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Association. She tells us more about a historic meeting last month between Native leaders from 16 tribes in the Dakotas and Nebraska and top officials at the Interior Department. Shaun Griswold, Laguna Pueblo, is a reporter at Source New Mexico. He has been covering the investigations of Albuquerque Indian School, which was the second largest boarding school of its time, behind Carlisle Indian School.
  • A 'historic' Meeting in the Black Hills
    Tuesday, January 11
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A. Gay Kingman, Cheyenne River Sioux, is the executive director of the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Association. She tells us more about a historic meeting last month between Native leaders from 16 tribes in the Dakotas and Nebraska and top officials at the Interior Department. Shaun Griswold, Laguna Pueblo, is a reporter at Source New Mexico. He has been covering the investigations of Albuquerque Indian School, which was the second largest boarding school of its time, behind Carlisle Indian School.
  • Joey Montoya: 'you Are On Native Land'
    Tuesday, January 11
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joey Montoya, Lipan Apache, created the brand Urban Native Era in 2012. The company is best known for its hats, t-shirts, socks and stickers that include the phrase, "You are on Native land." Last week, major retailer REI announced it will sell Urban Native Era's products in 40 stores around the country. Utah is home to eight federally recognized tribal nations and there are more than 41,000 Native people living in the state. Alastair Bitsoi, Dine', is a reporter at the Salt Lake Tribune. He recently took a deep dive into tribal relations in the state. An Indigenous North Carolina state representative is starting the new year off by running for national office. Charles Graham, Lumbee, is running for Congress with a reminder of how his tribe stood up to racism. Kaitlin Onawa Boysel has his story and more behind his viral campaign video.
  • Joey Montoya: 'you Are On Native Land'
    Tuesday, January 11
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Joey Montoya, Lipan Apache, created the brand Urban Native Era in 2012. The company is best known for its hats, t-shirts, socks and stickers that include the phrase, "You are on Native land." Last week, major retailer REI announced it will sell Urban Native Era's products in 40 stores around the country. Utah is home to eight federally recognized tribal nations and there are more than 41,000 Native people living in the state. Alastair Bitsoi, Dine', is a reporter at the Salt Lake Tribune. He recently took a deep dive into tribal relations in the state. An Indigenous North Carolina state representative is starting the new year off by running for national office. Charles Graham, Lumbee, is running for Congress with a reminder of how his tribe stood up to racism. Kaitlin Onawa Boysel has his story and more behind his viral campaign video.
  • Joey Montoya: 'you Are On Native Land'
    Monday, January 10
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joey Montoya, Lipan Apache, created the brand Urban Native Era in 2012. The company is best known for its hats, t-shirts, socks and stickers that include the phrase, "You are on Native land." Last week, major retailer REI announced it will sell Urban Native Era's products in 40 stores around the country. Utah is home to eight federally recognized tribal nations and there are more than 41,000 Native people living in the state. Alastair Bitsoi, Dine', is a reporter at the Salt Lake Tribune. He recently took a deep dive into tribal relations in the state. An Indigenous North Carolina state representative is starting the new year off by running for national office. Charles Graham, Lumbee, is running for Congress with a reminder of how his tribe stood up to racism. Kaitlin Onawa Boysel has his story and more behind his viral campaign video.
  • New Year, New Stories to Share
    Monday, January 10
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It's been two years since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported. And now with the Omicron variant, new cases are on the rise. Epidemiologist Dean Seneca tells us what this means for Indian Country. Just days before the new year, the most damaging wildfire in Colorado? s history ripped through the state. Fueled by hurricane force winds, the Marshall fire quickly destroyed and damaged more than 1,000 homes. Ime and her husband Gary Salazar join the show to tell us what happened. This week also marks the anniversary of the Capitol Insurrection. A year later, more than 700 people have been indicted. The deadly attack injured 140 officers and left five dead. Walter Lamar gives us some perspective. His company, Lamar and Associates, provides law enforcement and security consulting services to tribal governments. Fawn Sharp has led the National Congress of American Indians since 2019. She updates us on the relationship tribes now have with the federal government. Jordan Dresser is the chairman of the Northern Arapaho Tribe in Wyoming. ICT asked him about the Interior Department?s boarding school investigation. Next week, the PBS series Independent Lens will feature "Home from School: the Children of Carlisle." It documents the Northern Arapaho? s repatriation efforts. We take a look.
  • New Year, New Stories to Share
    Monday, January 10
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    It's been two years since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported. And now with the Omicron variant, new cases are on the rise. Epidemiologist Dean Seneca tells us what this means for Indian Country. Just days before the new year, the most damaging wildfire in Colorado? s history ripped through the state. Fueled by hurricane force winds, the Marshall fire quickly destroyed and damaged more than 1,000 homes. Ime and her husband Gary Salazar join the show to tell us what happened. This week also marks the anniversary of the Capitol Insurrection. A year later, more than 700 people have been indicted. The deadly attack injured 140 officers and left five dead. Walter Lamar gives us some perspective. His company, Lamar and Associates, provides law enforcement and security consulting services to tribal governments. Fawn Sharp has led the National Congress of American Indians since 2019. She updates us on the relationship tribes now have with the federal government. Jordan Dresser is the chairman of the Northern Arapaho Tribe in Wyoming. ICT asked him about the Interior Department?s boarding school investigation. Next week, the PBS series Independent Lens will feature "Home from School: the Children of Carlisle." It documents the Northern Arapaho? s repatriation efforts. We take a look.
  • New Year, New Stories to Share
    Friday, January 7
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It's been two years since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported. And now with the Omicron variant, new cases are on the rise. Epidemiologist Dean Seneca tells us what this means for Indian Country. Just days before the new year, the most damaging wildfire in Colorado? s history ripped through the state. Fueled by hurricane force winds, the Marshall fire quickly destroyed and damaged more than 1,000 homes. Ime and her husband Gary Salazar join the show to tell us what happened. This week also marks the anniversary of the Capitol Insurrection. A year later, more than 700 people have been indicted. The deadly attack injured 140 officers and left five dead. Walter Lamar gives us some perspective. His company, Lamar and Associates, provides law enforcement and security consulting services to tribal governments. Fawn Sharp has led the National Congress of American Indians since 2019. She updates us on the relationship tribes now have with the federal government. Jordan Dresser is the chairman of the Northern Arapaho Tribe in Wyoming. ICT asked him about the Interior Department?s boarding school investigation. Next week, the PBS series Independent Lens will feature "Home from School: the Children of Carlisle." It documents the Northern Arapaho? s repatriation efforts. We take a look.
  • A Nexus of Change In 1972
    Friday, January 7
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Jan. 6, 2021 was supposed to be the beginning of a peaceful presidential transition, starting with certifying the electoral college votes. That is not what happened. Joining us is Blackfeet citizen Walter Lamar to give us some perspective on the Capitol Insurrection. Shoshone Bannock citizen Mark Trahant has been reporting on Indigenous news for nearly 50 years. He's recently stepped away from anchoring to become ICT's editor-at-large. One of the themes he's exploring is the events that happened 50 years ago that shaped federal policy.
  • A Nexus of Change In 1972
    Friday, January 7
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Jan. 6, 2021 was supposed to be the beginning of a peaceful presidential transition, starting with certifying the electoral college votes. That is not what happened. Joining us is Blackfeet citizen Walter Lamar to give us some perspective on the Capitol Insurrection. Shoshone Bannock citizen Mark Trahant has been reporting on Indigenous news for nearly 50 years. He's recently stepped away from anchoring to become ICT's editor-at-large. One of the themes he's exploring is the events that happened 50 years ago that shaped federal policy.
  • A Nexus of Change In 1972
    Thursday, January 6
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Jan. 6, 2021 was supposed to be the beginning of a peaceful presidential transition, starting with certifying the electoral college votes. That is not what happened. Joining us is Blackfeet citizen Walter Lamar to give us some perspective on the Capitol Insurrection. Shoshone Bannock citizen Mark Trahant has been reporting on Indigenous news for nearly 50 years. He's recently stepped away from anchoring to become ICT's editor-at-large. One of the themes he's exploring is the events that happened 50 years ago that shaped federal policy.
  • Ime Salazar: 'our Home Was Lost'
    Thursday, January 6
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Days before the start of 2022, the most damaging wildfire in Colorado's history wreaked havoc. The Marshall Fire was fueled by 110 mph winds, damaging more than 1,000 homes over the course of hours. Ime and her husband Gary Salazar's home was lost to the blaze. She recollects her family's escape and about the outpouring of support her family has received. Just when we thought we turned the corner, a new variant of COVID-19 roars through the country - and Congress is still at an impasse. ICT's regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro shares more about the West Virginia senator who has created a "one man gridlock."
  • Ime Salazar: 'our Home Was Lost'
    Thursday, January 6
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Days before the start of 2022, the most damaging wildfire in Colorado's history wreaked havoc. The Marshall Fire was fueled by 110 mph winds, damaging more than 1,000 homes over the course of hours. Ime and her husband Gary Salazar's home was lost to the blaze. She recollects her family's escape and about the outpouring of support her family has received. Just when we thought we turned the corner, a new variant of COVID-19 roars through the country - and Congress is still at an impasse. ICT's regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro shares more about the West Virginia senator who has created a "one man gridlock."
  • Ime Salazar: 'our Home Was Lost'
    Wednesday, January 5
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Days before the start of 2022, the most damaging wildfire in Colorado's history wreaked havoc. The Marshall Fire was fueled by 110 mph winds, damaging more than 1,000 homes over the course of hours. Ime and her husband Gary Salazar's home was lost to the blaze. She recollects her family's escape and about the outpouring of support her family has received. Just when we thought we turned the corner, a new variant of COVID-19 roars through the country - and Congress is still at an impasse. ICT's regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro shares more about the West Virginia senator who has created a "one man gridlock."
  • Paige Bethmann: 'Our goal together was to bring awareness'
    Wednesday, January 5
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Epidemiologist Dean Seneca first joined our newscast when the coronavirus pandemic ramped up in 2020. He's back to give important updates about the Omicron variant of COVID-19. Seneca is the founder of the company Seneca Scientific Solutions and professor at the University of Buffalo. He teaches about Indigenous health disparities and improving access to quality healthcare. Paige Bethmann is a Haudenosaunee director and producer, based in New York City. Over the last 10 years, she has worked in non-fiction television. Paige is now using her talents to direct her first feature-length documentary called "Remaining Native." It explores the legacy and impacts of Indian boarding schools that existed in the United States for over 150 years.
  • Paige Bethmann: 'Our goal together was to bring awareness'
    Wednesday, January 5
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Epidemiologist Dean Seneca first joined our newscast when the coronavirus pandemic ramped up in 2020. He's back to give important updates about the Omicron variant of COVID-19. Seneca is the founder of the company Seneca Scientific Solutions and professor at the University of Buffalo. He teaches about Indigenous health disparities and improving access to quality healthcare. Paige Bethmann is a Haudenosaunee director and producer, based in New York City. Over the last 10 years, she has worked in non-fiction television. Paige is now using her talents to direct her first feature-length documentary called "Remaining Native." It explores the legacy and impacts of Indian boarding schools that existed in the United States for over 150 years.
  • Paige Bethmann: 'Our goal together was to bring awareness'
    Tuesday, January 4
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Epidemiologist Dean Seneca first joined our newscast when the coronavirus pandemic ramped up in 2020. He's back to give important updates about the Omicron variant of COVID-19. Seneca is the founder of the company Seneca Scientific Solutions and professor at the University of Buffalo. He teaches about Indigenous health disparities and improving access to quality healthcare. Paige Bethmann is a Haudenosaunee director and producer, based in New York City. Over the last 10 years, she has worked in non-fiction television. Paige is now using her talents to direct her first feature-length documentary called "Remaining Native." It explores the legacy and impacts of Indian boarding schools that existed in the United States for over 150 years.
  • A New Year, A New 'lens'
    Tuesday, January 4
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Looking ahead and seeing what 2022 will bring to the Northern Arapaho Tribe, Chairman Jordan Dresser says while they will still be dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, there are good projects to complete with extra funding. This new year could see better internet service for his tribe. This is a troubling area the pandemic exposed in Indian Country. Dresser is also looking ahead to the findings of the Interior Department's investigation into U.S. run boarding schools. For 2022, Tailyr Irvine is expanding her already impressive portfolio. She's a photojournalist who has covered assignments for the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, the Smithsonian, HuffPost, Buzzfeed and High Country News. She also has a project with National Geographic. Irvine is the co-founder of Indigenous Photograph. The organization's goal is to increase the number of Indigenous photographers who can document the stories of their own communities.
  • A New Year, A New 'lens'
    Tuesday, January 4
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Looking ahead and seeing what 2022 will bring to the Northern Arapaho Tribe, Chairman Jordan Dresser says while they will still be dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, there are good projects to complete with extra funding. This new year could see better internet service for his tribe. This is a troubling area the pandemic exposed in Indian Country. Dresser is also looking ahead to the findings of the Interior Department's investigation into U.S. run boarding schools. For 2022, Tailyr Irvine is expanding her already impressive portfolio. She's a photojournalist who has covered assignments for the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, the Smithsonian, HuffPost, Buzzfeed and High Country News. She also has a project with National Geographic. Irvine is the co-founder of Indigenous Photograph. The organization's goal is to increase the number of Indigenous photographers who can document the stories of their own communities.
  • A New Year, A New 'lens'
    Monday, January 3
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Looking ahead and seeing what 2022 will bring to the Northern Arapaho Tribe, Chairman Jordan Dresser says while they will still be dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, there are good projects to complete with extra funding. This new year could see better internet service for his tribe. This is a troubling area the pandemic exposed in Indian Country. Dresser is also looking ahead to the findings of the Interior Department's investigation into U.S. run boarding schools. For 2022, Tailyr Irvine is expanding her already impressive portfolio. She's a photojournalist who has covered assignments for the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, the Smithsonian, HuffPost, Buzzfeed and High Country News. She also has a project with National Geographic. Irvine is the co-founder of Indigenous Photograph. The organization's goal is to increase the number of Indigenous photographers who can document the stories of their own communities.
  • The Power of Indigenous People
    Monday, January 3
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    ICT's Mark Trahant spoke to Lee Francis about what's new in the world of comic books and Native stories. It turns out, there are a lot of things on the horizon! Choctaw citizen Shannon Ritch stepped into the cage for his last time and won his retirement fight. ICT Correspondent Carina Dominguez has all the sights and sounds. Humor is something that has sustained Native people for centuries. ICT's Aliyah Chavez sat down with Cowlitz citizen and award-winning comedian Joey Clift to talk about all things funny, and learned some hints about his upcoming projects.
  • The Power of Indigenous People
    Monday, January 3
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    ICT's Mark Trahant spoke to Lee Francis about what's new in the world of comic books and Native stories. It turns out, there are a lot of things on the horizon! Choctaw citizen Shannon Ritch stepped into the cage for his last time and won his retirement fight. ICT Correspondent Carina Dominguez has all the sights and sounds. Humor is something that has sustained Native people for centuries. ICT's Aliyah Chavez sat down with Cowlitz citizen and award-winning comedian Joey Clift to talk about all things funny, and learned some hints about his upcoming projects.
  • The Power of Indigenous People
    Friday, December 31
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    ICT's Mark Trahant spoke to Lee Francis about what's new in the world of comic books and Native stories. It turns out, there are a lot of things on the horizon! Choctaw citizen Shannon Ritch stepped into the cage for his last time and won his retirement fight. ICT Correspondent Carina Dominguez has all the sights and sounds. Humor is something that has sustained Native people for centuries. ICT's Aliyah Chavez sat down with Cowlitz citizen and award-winning comedian Joey Clift to talk about all things funny, and learned some hints about his upcoming projects.
  • The Impact of Covid-19 In 2021
    Friday, December 31
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    One of the stories we reported this year was about 4-year-old Stella Martin. She contracted COVID-19 and her long battle with the virus left her paralyzed. ICT's Aliyah Chavez reports about her recovery, and about the generous donations that were given to Stella. Dr. Joseph Lashley, Chickasaw, had been among other healthcare workers at the frontlines of the pandemic. In April 2020 - a month after COVID ramped up in the U.S.- he says he began feeling sick. He had tested positive. Shortly after, he was put on a ventilator where he stayed for 39 days. ICT's Mark Trahant interviewed Lashley earlier this year. When COVID hit, the U.S. government passed emergency laws to help citizens get through the financial hardships. That ended up resulting in tribal nations getting major aid. National Congress of American Indians CEO Dante Desiderio says "it's not a question anymore of whether or not you include Indian Country. It's a question of how much you include Indian Country." Victor Lopez-Carmen is a third year medical student at Harvard University. He shares what it feels like to be a doctor in training during COVID.
  • The Impact of Covid-19 In 2021
    Friday, December 31
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    One of the stories we reported this year was about 4-year-old Stella Martin. She contracted COVID-19 and her long battle with the virus left her paralyzed. ICT's Aliyah Chavez reports about her recovery, and about the generous donations that were given to Stella. Dr. Joseph Lashley, Chickasaw, had been among other healthcare workers at the frontlines of the pandemic. In April 2020 - a month after COVID ramped up in the U.S.- he says he began feeling sick. He had tested positive. Shortly after, he was put on a ventilator where he stayed for 39 days. ICT's Mark Trahant interviewed Lashley earlier this year. When COVID hit, the U.S. government passed emergency laws to help citizens get through the financial hardships. That ended up resulting in tribal nations getting major aid. National Congress of American Indians CEO Dante Desiderio says "it's not a question anymore of whether or not you include Indian Country. It's a question of how much you include Indian Country." Victor Lopez-Carmen is a third year medical student at Harvard University. He shares what it feels like to be a doctor in training during COVID.
  • The Impact of Covid-19 In 2021
    Thursday, December 30
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    One of the stories we reported this year was about 4-year-old Stella Martin. She contracted COVID-19 and her long battle with the virus left her paralyzed. ICT's Aliyah Chavez reports about her recovery, and about the generous donations that were given to Stella. Dr. Joseph Lashley, Chickasaw, had been among other healthcare workers at the frontlines of the pandemic. In April 2020 - a month after COVID ramped up in the U.S.- he says he began feeling sick. He had tested positive. Shortly after, he was put on a ventilator where he stayed for 39 days. ICT's Mark Trahant interviewed Lashley earlier this year. When COVID hit, the U.S. government passed emergency laws to help citizens get through the financial hardships. That ended up resulting in tribal nations getting major aid. National Congress of American Indians CEO Dante Desiderio says "it's not a question anymore of whether or not you include Indian Country. It's a question of how much you include Indian Country." Victor Lopez-Carmen is a third year medical student at Harvard University. He shares what it feels like to be a doctor in training during COVID.
  • 2021: A Look Back at Indigenous Representation
    Thursday, December 30
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    2021 started off with a Tlingit artist winning a Caldecott medal for her artwork in "We Are Water Protectors." The book was illustrated by Michaela Goade and written by Carole Lindstrom. It was the first time an Indigenous person ever won the Caldecott. Peacock's "Rutherford Falls" premiered in April. It reflected a time for Natives on screen and behind to shine on a major stage. We hear from the show's actors and writers. The novel "Killers of the Flower Moon" is the basis for a major motion picture featuring Leonardo DiCaprio. It is set to premiere next year. The book tells the tragic story of Osage people who were mysteriously murdered in the 1920s. ICT's Kaitlin Onawa Boysel tells us more. A new state-of-the-art museum opened in September in Oklahoma, City. The First Americans Museum aims to represent Native people through storytelling like museums. ICT's Kaitlin Onawa Boysel was on location. Ricko DeWilde is a reality tv star on National Geographic's "Life Below Zero." In a November interview, he tells us what that experience is like.
  • 2021: A Look Back at Indigenous Representation
    Thursday, December 30
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    2021 started off with a Tlingit artist winning a Caldecott medal for her artwork in "We Are Water Protectors." The book was illustrated by Michaela Goade and written by Carole Lindstrom. It was the first time an Indigenous person ever won the Caldecott. Peacock's "Rutherford Falls" premiered in April. It reflected a time for Natives on screen and behind to shine on a major stage. We hear from the show's actors and writers. The novel "Killers of the Flower Moon" is the basis for a major motion picture featuring Leonardo DiCaprio. It is set to premiere next year. The book tells the tragic story of Osage people who were mysteriously murdered in the 1920s. ICT's Kaitlin Onawa Boysel tells us more. A new state-of-the-art museum opened in September in Oklahoma, City. The First Americans Museum aims to represent Native people through storytelling like museums. ICT's Kaitlin Onawa Boysel was on location. Ricko DeWilde is a reality tv star on National Geographic's "Life Below Zero." In a November interview, he tells us what that experience is like.
  • 2021: A Look Back at Indigenous Representation
    Wednesday, December 29
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    2021 started off with a Tlingit artist winning a Caldecott medal for her artwork in "We Are Water Protectors." The book was illustrated by Michaela Goade and written by Carole Lindstrom. It was the first time an Indigenous person ever won the Caldecott. Peacock's "Rutherford Falls" premiered in April. It reflected a time for Natives on screen and behind to shine on a major stage. We hear from the show's actors and writers. The novel "Killers of the Flower Moon" is the basis for a major motion picture featuring Leonardo DiCaprio. It is set to premiere next year. The book tells the tragic story of Osage people who were mysteriously murdered in the 1920s. ICT's Kaitlin Onawa Boysel tells us more. A new state-of-the-art museum opened in September in Oklahoma, City. The First Americans Museum aims to represent Native people through storytelling like museums. ICT's Kaitlin Onawa Boysel was on location. Ricko DeWilde is a reality tv star on National Geographic's "Life Below Zero." In a November interview, he tells us what that experience is like.
  • Education to Entertainment: Changes In 2021
    Wednesday, December 29
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Students in North Dakota public schools are now required to learn the history of tribes thanks to a bill authored by state Rep. Ruth Buffalo. She explains the curriculum and when it went into effect. Educational change also came to the state of Nevada. Students from tribes in Nevada are able to attend a state university tuition free. Besides this change, the state removed the so-called "sundown sirens. " These audible signals were reminders of the past when all Natives were supposed to leave town once the sun went down. This law, left over from the 1800s, was removed by the governor. Stacey Montooth, the executive director of the Nevada Indian Commission, staged the signing at the historic Stewart Indian School. Hollywood also saw some changes that started to brew in 1973. Sacheen Littlefeather refused the Oscar award for Best Actor on behalf of actor Marlon Brando. Brando wanted to bring attention to the mistreatment of Native people. Today, Native writers and actors are seeing a burst of success with the launch of "Rutherford Falls" and "Reservation Dogs." Both series have been renewed for a second season in 2022. Jana Schmieding, who is in both series, joins us to talk about her experiences.
  • Education to Entertainment: Changes In 2021
    Wednesday, December 29
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Students in North Dakota public schools are now required to learn the history of tribes thanks to a bill authored by state Rep. Ruth Buffalo. She explains the curriculum and when it went into effect. Educational change also came to the state of Nevada. Students from tribes in Nevada are able to attend a state university tuition free. Besides this change, the state removed the so-called "sundown sirens. " These audible signals were reminders of the past when all Natives were supposed to leave town once the sun went down. This law, left over from the 1800s, was removed by the governor. Stacey Montooth, the executive director of the Nevada Indian Commission, staged the signing at the historic Stewart Indian School. Hollywood also saw some changes that started to brew in 1973. Sacheen Littlefeather refused the Oscar award for Best Actor on behalf of actor Marlon Brando. Brando wanted to bring attention to the mistreatment of Native people. Today, Native writers and actors are seeing a burst of success with the launch of "Rutherford Falls" and "Reservation Dogs." Both series have been renewed for a second season in 2022. Jana Schmieding, who is in both series, joins us to talk about her experiences.
  • Education to Entertainment: Changes In 2021
    Tuesday, December 28
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Students in North Dakota public schools are now required to learn the history of tribes thanks to a bill authored by state Rep. Ruth Buffalo. She explains the curriculum and when it went into effect. Educational change also came to the state of Nevada. Students from tribes in Nevada are able to attend a state university tuition free. Besides this change, the state removed the so-called "sundown sirens. " These audible signals were reminders of the past when all Natives were supposed to leave town once the sun went down. This law, left over from the 1800s, was removed by the governor. Stacey Montooth, the executive director of the Nevada Indian Commission, staged the signing at the historic Stewart Indian School. Hollywood also saw some changes that started to brew in 1973. Sacheen Littlefeather refused the Oscar award for Best Actor on behalf of actor Marlon Brando. Brando wanted to bring attention to the mistreatment of Native people. Today, Native writers and actors are seeing a burst of success with the launch of "Rutherford Falls" and "Reservation Dogs." Both series have been renewed for a second season in 2022. Jana Schmieding, who is in both series, joins us to talk about her experiences.
  • Let's Visit with Indigenous Artists
    Tuesday, December 28
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bobby Wilson is a Dakota poet, visual artist, comedian, writer and actor. From a young age, he has always loved making art. ICT editor Mark Trahant interviewed him earlier this year. Sicangu Lakota hip-hop artist Frank Waln hosted and performed two original songs on the PBS series "One Voice: The Songs We Share." We talked with him about performing hip-hop music with an orchestra. Plains Cree citizen Ashley Callingbull became the first Indigenous woman to win the title of Mrs. Universe in 2015. She talked with Mark Trahant about her latest projects. Thank you for watching!
  • Let's Visit with Indigenous Artists
    Tuesday, December 28
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Bobby Wilson is a Dakota poet, visual artist, comedian, writer and actor. From a young age, he has always loved making art. ICT editor Mark Trahant interviewed him earlier this year. Sicangu Lakota hip-hop artist Frank Waln hosted and performed two original songs on the PBS series "One Voice: The Songs We Share." We talked with him about performing hip-hop music with an orchestra. Plains Cree citizen Ashley Callingbull became the first Indigenous woman to win the title of Mrs. Universe in 2015. She talked with Mark Trahant about her latest projects. Thank you for watching!
  • Let's Visit with Indigenous Artists
    Monday, December 27
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bobby Wilson is a Dakota poet, visual artist, comedian, writer and actor. From a young age, he has always loved making art. ICT editor Mark Trahant interviewed him earlier this year. Sicangu Lakota hip-hop artist Frank Waln hosted and performed two original songs on the PBS series "One Voice: The Songs We Share." We talked with him about performing hip-hop music with an orchestra. Plains Cree citizen Ashley Callingbull became the first Indigenous woman to win the title of Mrs. Universe in 2015. She talked with Mark Trahant about her latest projects. Thank you for watching!
  • Honoring Our Cooking Traditions
    Monday, December 27
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This time of year usually means time of rest, spending with loved ones and eating heartwarming foods. ICT's Carina Dominguez tells the story of the tamale tradition for her Pasqua Yaqui relatives from Tucson, Arizona. Minnesota is on the culinary map, due in part, to the mentorship of the Sioux Chef, also known as Sean Sherman, Oglala Lakota. Tashia Hart and Brian Yazzie once worked for Sherman, and now they are both on culinary paths. We also feature the Sherman?s "Owamni" restaurant located on the banks of the Mississippi River. ICT Reporters take you to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico; "Wahpepah's Kitchen" in Oakland, California and "Kai," a four-star restaurant owned by the Gila River Tribe in Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Honoring Our Cooking Traditions
    Monday, December 27
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This time of year usually means time of rest, spending with loved ones and eating heartwarming foods. ICT's Carina Dominguez tells the story of the tamale tradition for her Pasqua Yaqui relatives from Tucson, Arizona. Minnesota is on the culinary map, due in part, to the mentorship of the Sioux Chef, also known as Sean Sherman, Oglala Lakota. Tashia Hart and Brian Yazzie once worked for Sherman, and now they are both on culinary paths. We also feature the Sherman?s "Owamni" restaurant located on the banks of the Mississippi River. ICT Reporters take you to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico; "Wahpepah's Kitchen" in Oakland, California and "Kai," a four-star restaurant owned by the Gila River Tribe in Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Honoring Our Cooking Traditions
    Friday, December 24
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This time of year usually means time of rest, spending with loved ones and eating heartwarming foods. ICT's Carina Dominguez tells the story of the tamale tradition for her Pasqua Yaqui relatives from Tucson, Arizona. Minnesota is on the culinary map, due in part, to the mentorship of the Sioux Chef, also known as Sean Sherman, Oglala Lakota. Tashia Hart and Brian Yazzie once worked for Sherman, and now they are both on culinary paths. We also feature the Sherman?s "Owamni" restaurant located on the banks of the Mississippi River. ICT Reporters take you to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico; "Wahpepah's Kitchen" in Oakland, California and "Kai," a four-star restaurant owned by the Gila River Tribe in Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Indian Country's Year In Review
    Friday, December 24
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Fawn Sharp, Quinault Indian Nation, has been leading the National Congress of American Indians since 2019. She is the third woman in the history of the 77-year-old organization to be president. A Native of firsts, Sharp is the first tribal leader to receive State Department diplomatic credentials for the UN Climate Change summit, which was held in Scotland this year. Sharp joins us to talk about NCAI's busy year. Indian Country Today reaches a million readers every month and there have been many stories to come from 2021. ICT's Deputy Managing Editor Dalton Walker, Red Lake Ojibwe, joins us for a look back at some of Indian County's biggest stories. Plus, we're taking a visit to an art show in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Indigenous youth are creating art to reflect the battle with COVID, Jonathan Sims has all the sights and sounds.
  • Indian Country's Year In Review
    Friday, December 24
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Fawn Sharp, Quinault Indian Nation, has been leading the National Congress of American Indians since 2019. She is the third woman in the history of the 77-year-old organization to be president. A Native of firsts, Sharp is the first tribal leader to receive State Department diplomatic credentials for the UN Climate Change summit, which was held in Scotland this year. Sharp joins us to talk about NCAI's busy year. Indian Country Today reaches a million readers every month and there have been many stories to come from 2021. ICT's Deputy Managing Editor Dalton Walker, Red Lake Ojibwe, joins us for a look back at some of Indian County's biggest stories. Plus, we're taking a visit to an art show in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Indigenous youth are creating art to reflect the battle with COVID, Jonathan Sims has all the sights and sounds.
  • Indian Country's Year In Review
    Thursday, December 23
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Fawn Sharp, Quinault Indian Nation, has been leading the National Congress of American Indians since 2019. She is the third woman in the history of the 77-year-old organization to be president. A Native of firsts, Sharp is the first tribal leader to receive State Department diplomatic credentials for the UN Climate Change summit, which was held in Scotland this year. Sharp joins us to talk about NCAI's busy year. Indian Country Today reaches a million readers every month and there have been many stories to come from 2021. ICT's Deputy Managing Editor Dalton Walker, Red Lake Ojibwe, joins us for a look back at some of Indian County's biggest stories. Plus, we're taking a visit to an art show in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Indigenous youth are creating art to reflect the battle with COVID, Jonathan Sims has all the sights and sounds.
  • 'It's been a pleasure to watch Indian Country evolve'
    Thursday, December 23
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    When Richard Trudell was growing up he didn't picture himself going to law school. But he did. And when Trudell graduated, he estimated there were only a "handful" of Native attorneys in the country. That started his four decade career in law where he founded the American Indian Lawyer Training Progress and influenced major policy actions. The Santee Dakota citizen reflects on his 40 years of defending Native nations. John Tahsuda III, Kiowa, is a regular contributor to Indian Country Today's newscast. In 2002, he worked as the staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. He also is a former principal deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs and served in that position from 2017 to 2020. Currently, he is a partner at Navigators Global, a company that provides political services to several industries including tribes. He joins us today to talk about the "Build Back Better" legislation and more.
  • 'It's been a pleasure to watch Indian Country evolve'
    Thursday, December 23
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    When Richard Trudell was growing up he didn't picture himself going to law school. But he did. And when Trudell graduated, he estimated there were only a "handful" of Native attorneys in the country. That started his four decade career in law where he founded the American Indian Lawyer Training Progress and influenced major policy actions. The Santee Dakota citizen reflects on his 40 years of defending Native nations. John Tahsuda III, Kiowa, is a regular contributor to Indian Country Today's newscast. In 2002, he worked as the staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. He also is a former principal deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs and served in that position from 2017 to 2020. Currently, he is a partner at Navigators Global, a company that provides political services to several industries including tribes. He joins us today to talk about the "Build Back Better" legislation and more.
  • 'It's been a pleasure to watch Indian Country evolve'
    Wednesday, December 22
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    When Richard Trudell was growing up he didn't picture himself going to law school. But he did. And when Trudell graduated, he estimated there were only a "handful" of Native attorneys in the country. That started his four decade career in law where he founded the American Indian Lawyer Training Progress and influenced major policy actions. The Santee Dakota citizen reflects on his 40 years of defending Native nations. John Tahsuda III, Kiowa, is a regular contributor to Indian Country Today's newscast. In 2002, he worked as the staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. He also is a former principal deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs and served in that position from 2017 to 2020. Currently, he is a partner at Navigators Global, a company that provides political services to several industries including tribes. He joins us today to talk about the "Build Back Better" legislation and more.
  • Making 'molly of Denali' As 'authentic As Possible
    Wednesday, December 22
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    When "Molly of Denali" first aired in 2019, it became the first cartoon series to feature an Alaska Native character as the lead. For many, the show has taken on a bigger meaning while showcasing the life of Alaska's first people to children everywhere. Princess Johnson is a producer and cultural advisor on the show. Yatibaey Evans is a creative producer. They tell us more about Molly and her friends. Alice Glenn is the award-winning host of podcast "The Coffee & Quaq." The show started as a way to share the modern-day lives of Alaska Natives living in rural and urban areas. Glenn shares her journey.
  • Making 'molly of Denali' As 'authentic As Possible
    Wednesday, December 22
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    When "Molly of Denali" first aired in 2019, it became the first cartoon series to feature an Alaska Native character as the lead. For many, the show has taken on a bigger meaning while showcasing the life of Alaska's first people to children everywhere. Princess Johnson is a producer and cultural advisor on the show. Yatibaey Evans is a creative producer. They tell us more about Molly and her friends. Alice Glenn is the award-winning host of podcast "The Coffee & Quaq." The show started as a way to share the modern-day lives of Alaska Natives living in rural and urban areas. Glenn shares her journey.
  • Making 'molly of Denali' As 'authentic As Possible
    Tuesday, December 21
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    When "Molly of Denali" first aired in 2019, it became the first cartoon series to feature an Alaska Native character as the lead. For many, the show has taken on a bigger meaning while showcasing the life of Alaska's first people to children everywhere. Princess Johnson is a producer and cultural advisor on the show. Yatibaey Evans is a creative producer. They tell us more about Molly and her friends. Alice Glenn is the award-winning host of podcast "The Coffee & Quaq." The show started as a way to share the modern-day lives of Alaska Natives living in rural and urban areas. Glenn shares her journey.
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    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Committed to Their Community
    Monday, December 20
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Leech Lake Ojibwe artist "Michael Lyons" created "Boozhoo Nanaboozhoo, " a puppet who teaches Ojibwe words through a YouTube live broadcast and on the radio in Bemidji, Minnesota. For 73 years, Native people in Rapid City, South Dakota have fought for ownership of land that used to be part of an Indian boarding school. But as Stewart Huntington reports, the finish line is still just out of grasp. The Bush Foundation announced a long-term investment for Black and Native communities. NDN Collective and Nexus Community Partners will steward community trust funds to address wealth disparities caused by historic racial injustice. NDN Collective leaders talked about this historic investment with ICT's Mary Annette Pember. St. Paul, Minnesota welcomes a new piece of public art. It's called "Dakota Spirit Walk." The app-based augmented reality creation uses geo-location, 3-D animation, and audio to guide users along a nature path. Marlena Myles is the creative force behind the project. Each year the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development honors 40 outstanding Native leaders under the age of 40. The award winners are American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian leaders who dedicate themselves to making significant contributions in their communities.
  • Committed to Their Community
    Monday, December 20
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Leech Lake Ojibwe artist "Michael Lyons" created "Boozhoo Nanaboozhoo, " a puppet who teaches Ojibwe words through a YouTube live broadcast and on the radio in Bemidji, Minnesota. For 73 years, Native people in Rapid City, South Dakota have fought for ownership of land that used to be part of an Indian boarding school. But as Stewart Huntington reports, the finish line is still just out of grasp. The Bush Foundation announced a long-term investment for Black and Native communities. NDN Collective and Nexus Community Partners will steward community trust funds to address wealth disparities caused by historic racial injustice. NDN Collective leaders talked about this historic investment with ICT's Mary Annette Pember. St. Paul, Minnesota welcomes a new piece of public art. It's called "Dakota Spirit Walk." The app-based augmented reality creation uses geo-location, 3-D animation, and audio to guide users along a nature path. Marlena Myles is the creative force behind the project. Each year the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development honors 40 outstanding Native leaders under the age of 40. The award winners are American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian leaders who dedicate themselves to making significant contributions in their communities.
  • Committed to Their Community
    Friday, December 17
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Leech Lake Ojibwe artist "Michael Lyons" created "Boozhoo Nanaboozhoo, " a puppet who teaches Ojibwe words through a YouTube live broadcast and on the radio in Bemidji, Minnesota. For 73 years, Native people in Rapid City, South Dakota have fought for ownership of land that used to be part of an Indian boarding school. But as Stewart Huntington reports, the finish line is still just out of grasp. The Bush Foundation announced a long-term investment for Black and Native communities. NDN Collective and Nexus Community Partners will steward community trust funds to address wealth disparities caused by historic racial injustice. NDN Collective leaders talked about this historic investment with ICT's Mary Annette Pember. St. Paul, Minnesota welcomes a new piece of public art. It's called "Dakota Spirit Walk." The app-based augmented reality creation uses geo-location, 3-D animation, and audio to guide users along a nature path. Marlena Myles is the creative force behind the project. Each year the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development honors 40 outstanding Native leaders under the age of 40. The award winners are American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian leaders who dedicate themselves to making significant contributions in their communities.
  • Leading The Way During A Pandemic
    Friday, December 17
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Being a leader is always challenging, and in these past 19 months, the COVID-19 pandemic has created even more obstacles. Each year the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development honors 40 outstanding Native leaders under the age of 40. Cherokee citizen Chris James is the president and CEO of the National Center and he joins us to talk more about this year's class. Neal Ambrose Smith grew up surrounded by the art made by his mother who is nationally acclaimed creative Jaune Quick-to-See Smith. Her works have been shown in every major museum in the U.S. for decades. Sandra Hale Schulman recently profiled the mother-son duo and she joins us to tell us about their latest projects.
  • Leading The Way During A Pandemic
    Friday, December 17
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Being a leader is always challenging, and in these past 19 months, the COVID-19 pandemic has created even more obstacles. Each year the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development honors 40 outstanding Native leaders under the age of 40. Cherokee citizen Chris James is the president and CEO of the National Center and he joins us to talk more about this year's class. Neal Ambrose Smith grew up surrounded by the art made by his mother who is nationally acclaimed creative Jaune Quick-to-See Smith. Her works have been shown in every major museum in the U.S. for decades. Sandra Hale Schulman recently profiled the mother-son duo and she joins us to tell us about their latest projects.
  • Leading The Way During A Pandemic
    Thursday, December 16
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Being a leader is always challenging, and in these past 19 months, the COVID-19 pandemic has created even more obstacles. Each year the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development honors 40 outstanding Native leaders under the age of 40. Cherokee citizen Chris James is the president and CEO of the National Center and he joins us to talk more about this year's class. Neal Ambrose Smith grew up surrounded by the art made by his mother who is nationally acclaimed creative Jaune Quick-to-See Smith. Her works have been shown in every major museum in the U.S. for decades. Sandra Hale Schulman recently profiled the mother-son duo and she joins us to tell us about their latest projects.
  • Using Augmented Reality to Tell Dakota Stories
    Thursday, December 16
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A new art installation in St. Paul, Minnesota called the "Dakota Spirit Walk" uses an app, geolocation and 3D animation to guide users along a nature path. As people walk along the path, they are introduced to Dakota spirits including grandmother earth, grandfather stone and thunder beings. The creator Marlena Myles joins us to share what inspired her to use this technology to tell stories of her ancestors. Aja DeCoteau is the first woman to be named the executive director of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission - and she's taking the job at a critical time when climate change and dams are affecting salmon populations along the Columbia River. ICT and Underscore reporter Chris Aadland spoke to DeCoteau and joins us to tell us more about her vision. Lenape people are working to re-establish their presence as the Native people whose land New York City stands on. Stewart Huntington tells us more about the Lenape Center.
  • Using Augmented Reality to Tell Dakota Stories
    Thursday, December 16
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A new art installation in St. Paul, Minnesota called the "Dakota Spirit Walk" uses an app, geolocation and 3D animation to guide users along a nature path. As people walk along the path, they are introduced to Dakota spirits including grandmother earth, grandfather stone and thunder beings. The creator Marlena Myles joins us to share what inspired her to use this technology to tell stories of her ancestors. Aja DeCoteau is the first woman to be named the executive director of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission - and she's taking the job at a critical time when climate change and dams are affecting salmon populations along the Columbia River. ICT and Underscore reporter Chris Aadland spoke to DeCoteau and joins us to tell us more about her vision. Lenape people are working to re-establish their presence as the Native people whose land New York City stands on. Stewart Huntington tells us more about the Lenape Center.
  • Using Augmented Reality to Tell Dakota Stories
    Wednesday, December 15
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A new art installation in St. Paul, Minnesota called the "Dakota Spirit Walk" uses an app, geolocation and 3D animation to guide users along a nature path. As people walk along the path, they are introduced to Dakota spirits including grandmother earth, grandfather stone and thunder beings. The creator Marlena Myles joins us to share what inspired her to use this technology to tell stories of her ancestors. Aja DeCoteau is the first woman to be named the executive director of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission - and she's taking the job at a critical time when climate change and dams are affecting salmon populations along the Columbia River. ICT and Underscore reporter Chris Aadland spoke to DeCoteau and joins us to tell us more about her vision. Lenape people are working to re-establish their presence as the Native people whose land New York City stands on. Stewart Huntington tells us more about the Lenape Center.
  • $50m Helping Underserved Communities
    Wednesday, December 15
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Millions of dollars is heading into the pockets of a South Dakota Indigenous-led nonprofit, NDN Collective. The Bush Foundation announced this week that this initiative will work to close the racial wealth gap. The idea is to supply community trust funds in the amount of $100 million to Native and Black communities. ICT correspondent Mary Annette Pember spoke with leaders from NDN Collective to learn what they plan to do with this money. The Alaska Federation of Natives convention started this week. ICT national correspondent Joaqlin Estus is keeping us in the loop on this virtual gathering.
  • $50m Helping Underserved Communities
    Wednesday, December 15
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Millions of dollars is heading into the pockets of a South Dakota Indigenous-led nonprofit, NDN Collective. The Bush Foundation announced this week that this initiative will work to close the racial wealth gap. The idea is to supply community trust funds in the amount of $100 million to Native and Black communities. ICT correspondent Mary Annette Pember spoke with leaders from NDN Collective to learn what they plan to do with this money. The Alaska Federation of Natives convention started this week. ICT national correspondent Joaqlin Estus is keeping us in the loop on this virtual gathering.
  • $50m Helping Underserved Communities
    Tuesday, December 14
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Millions of dollars is heading into the pockets of a South Dakota Indigenous-led nonprofit, NDN Collective. The Bush Foundation announced this week that this initiative will work to close the racial wealth gap. The idea is to supply community trust funds in the amount of $100 million to Native and Black communities. ICT correspondent Mary Annette Pember spoke with leaders from NDN Collective to learn what they plan to do with this money. The Alaska Federation of Natives convention started this week. ICT national correspondent Joaqlin Estus is keeping us in the loop on this virtual gathering.
  • Laughing and Learning Language
    Tuesday, December 14
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    "Nanaboozhoo" is a puppet teaching the Ojibwe language through comedy. His show is a regular podcast feature and can be heard on Bemidji, Minnesota, radio stations KAXE and KBXE. Michael Lyons, the voice behind the puppets, joins us today. Indian Country Today is making history again. Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, Dine, was named the next editor of ICT, making her the first female editor in our news organization's 40-year history. She joins the show to talk what the next chapter of ICT looks like. Across the country, state legislatures are drawing maps to reflect new districts brought on by the U.S. census population changes. In Arizona, the Independent Redistricting Commission is deep in the process right now. ICT correspondent Carina Dominguez talked to experts about voter suppression efforts throughout the state.
  • Laughing and Learning Language
    Tuesday, December 14
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    "Nanaboozhoo" is a puppet teaching the Ojibwe language through comedy. His show is a regular podcast feature and can be heard on Bemidji, Minnesota, radio stations KAXE and KBXE. Michael Lyons, the voice behind the puppets, joins us today. Indian Country Today is making history again. Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, Dine, was named the next editor of ICT, making her the first female editor in our news organization's 40-year history. She joins the show to talk what the next chapter of ICT looks like. Across the country, state legislatures are drawing maps to reflect new districts brought on by the U.S. census population changes. In Arizona, the Independent Redistricting Commission is deep in the process right now. ICT correspondent Carina Dominguez talked to experts about voter suppression efforts throughout the state.
  • Laughing and Learning Language
    Monday, December 13
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    "Nanaboozhoo" is a puppet teaching the Ojibwe language through comedy. His show is a regular podcast feature and can be heard on Bemidji, Minnesota, radio stations KAXE and KBXE. Michael Lyons, the voice behind the puppets, joins us today. Indian Country Today is making history again. Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, Dine, was named the next editor of ICT, making her the first female editor in our news organization's 40-year history. She joins the show to talk what the next chapter of ICT looks like. Across the country, state legislatures are drawing maps to reflect new districts brought on by the U.S. census population changes. In Arizona, the Independent Redistricting Commission is deep in the process right now. ICT correspondent Carina Dominguez talked to experts about voter suppression efforts throughout the state.
  • Young Indigenous People Doing Extraordinary Things
    Monday, December 13
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The co-creator of "Reservation Dogs" takes us behind the scenes. Sterlin Harjo is a Seminole and Muscogee Creek citizen, who grew up in rural Oklahoma. The Hulu FX series features stories close to Harjo's home. This weekend, Sami dancers take to the screen for a virtual festival. The goal of the festival is to gather screen dance makers from all over Sapmi and show the diversity in the Sami culture and dance. Dancer and festival coordinator Liv Aira tells us about dance in Sami culture. Funding for Indigenous projects isn't easy, but a Lumbee author is changing that. Edgar Villanueva's best selling book, Decolonizing Wealth has created a movement. Victor Lopez-Carmen is a third-year medical student at Harvard University wishing to bring health equity to Native communities. Major media company Forbes recognized his work earlier this month by selecting him as a recipient of its "30-under-30" award under its healthcare category. Fifty-four high school athletes gathered in Minneapolis for the fourth Indigenous Bowl. Sponsored by 7G, the game was last Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium - the home of the Minnesota Vikings. The players on the purple and gold teams were from 16 states and represented 37 tribes. ICT's Shirley Sneve and Kolby KickingWoman have this report.
  • Young Indigenous People Doing Extraordinary Things
    Monday, December 13
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The co-creator of "Reservation Dogs" takes us behind the scenes. Sterlin Harjo is a Seminole and Muscogee Creek citizen, who grew up in rural Oklahoma. The Hulu FX series features stories close to Harjo's home. This weekend, Sami dancers take to the screen for a virtual festival. The goal of the festival is to gather screen dance makers from all over Sapmi and show the diversity in the Sami culture and dance. Dancer and festival coordinator Liv Aira tells us about dance in Sami culture. Funding for Indigenous projects isn't easy, but a Lumbee author is changing that. Edgar Villanueva's best selling book, Decolonizing Wealth has created a movement. Victor Lopez-Carmen is a third-year medical student at Harvard University wishing to bring health equity to Native communities. Major media company Forbes recognized his work earlier this month by selecting him as a recipient of its "30-under-30" award under its healthcare category. Fifty-four high school athletes gathered in Minneapolis for the fourth Indigenous Bowl. Sponsored by 7G, the game was last Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium - the home of the Minnesota Vikings. The players on the purple and gold teams were from 16 states and represented 37 tribes. ICT's Shirley Sneve and Kolby KickingWoman have this report.
  • Young Indigenous People Doing Extraordinary Things
    Friday, December 10
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The co-creator of "Reservation Dogs" takes us behind the scenes. Sterlin Harjo is a Seminole and Muscogee Creek citizen, who grew up in rural Oklahoma. The Hulu FX series features stories close to Harjo's home. This weekend, Sami dancers take to the screen for a virtual festival. The goal of the festival is to gather screen dance makers from all over Sapmi and show the diversity in the Sami culture and dance. Dancer and festival coordinator Liv Aira tells us about dance in Sami culture. Funding for Indigenous projects isn't easy, but a Lumbee author is changing that. Edgar Villanueva's best selling book, Decolonizing Wealth has created a movement. Victor Lopez-Carmen is a third-year medical student at Harvard University wishing to bring health equity to Native communities. Major media company Forbes recognized his work earlier this month by selecting him as a recipient of its "30-under-30" award under its healthcare category. Fifty-four high school athletes gathered in Minneapolis for the fourth Indigenous Bowl. Sponsored by 7G, the game was last Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium - the home of the Minnesota Vikings. The players on the purple and gold teams were from 16 states and represented 37 tribes. ICT's Shirley Sneve and Kolby KickingWoman have this report.
  • Bringing Health Equity to Indian Country
    Friday, December 10
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Victor Lopez-Carmen is a third-year medical student at Harvard University wishing to bring health equity to Native communities. Major media company Forbes recognized his work by selecting him as a recipient of its "30-under-30" award under its healthcare category. U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced an Indigenous Food Sovereignty Initiative at the White House Tribal Nations Summit. ICT Reporter Carina Dominguez covered this news and she joins us to give some details.
  • Bringing Health Equity to Indian Country
    Friday, December 10
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Victor Lopez-Carmen is a third-year medical student at Harvard University wishing to bring health equity to Native communities. Major media company Forbes recognized his work by selecting him as a recipient of its "30-under-30" award under its healthcare category. U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced an Indigenous Food Sovereignty Initiative at the White House Tribal Nations Summit. ICT Reporter Carina Dominguez covered this news and she joins us to give some details.
  • Bringing Health Equity to Indian Country
    Thursday, December 9
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Victor Lopez-Carmen is a third-year medical student at Harvard University wishing to bring health equity to Native communities. Major media company Forbes recognized his work by selecting him as a recipient of its "30-under-30" award under its healthcare category. U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced an Indigenous Food Sovereignty Initiative at the White House Tribal Nations Summit. ICT Reporter Carina Dominguez covered this news and she joins us to give some details.
  • Expression Through Sami Dance
    Thursday, December 9
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Lavda Sapmi Screendance Festival is the first of its kind. It gathers Sami dance films from Sweden, Finland and Norway. The festival will take place in Jokkmokk, Sweden this week. Liv Andersson Aira is the festival's manager. She joins the ICT newscast to tell us more about this new event. John Tahsuda III, Kiowa, is a regular contributor to our newscast. In 2002, he worked as the staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. He also is a former principal deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs and served in that position from 2017 to 2020. Currently, he is a partner at Navigators Global, a company that provides political services to several industries including tribes. He joins us today to talk redistricting and the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • Expression Through Sami Dance
    Thursday, December 9
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The Lavda Sapmi Screendance Festival is the first of its kind. It gathers Sami dance films from Sweden, Finland and Norway. The festival will take place in Jokkmokk, Sweden this week. Liv Andersson Aira is the festival's manager. She joins the ICT newscast to tell us more about this new event. John Tahsuda III, Kiowa, is a regular contributor to our newscast. In 2002, he worked as the staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. He also is a former principal deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs and served in that position from 2017 to 2020. Currently, he is a partner at Navigators Global, a company that provides political services to several industries including tribes. He joins us today to talk redistricting and the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • Expression Through Sami Dance
    Wednesday, December 8
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Lavda Sapmi Screendance Festival is the first of its kind. It gathers Sami dance films from Sweden, Finland and Norway. The festival will take place in Jokkmokk, Sweden this week. Liv Andersson Aira is the festival's manager. She joins the ICT newscast to tell us more about this new event. John Tahsuda III, Kiowa, is a regular contributor to our newscast. In 2002, he worked as the staff director for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. He also is a former principal deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs and served in that position from 2017 to 2020. Currently, he is a partner at Navigators Global, a company that provides political services to several industries including tribes. He joins us today to talk redistricting and the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • The World of Professional Bikini Bodybuilding
    Wednesday, December 8
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Edgar Villanueva is an award-winning author, activist, and expert on topics of race, wealth, and philanthropy. He is the principal of the Decolonizing Wealth Project and Liberated Capital and the author of the bestselling book, "Decolonizing Wealth." Edgar joins the ICT newscast today to share more about this work. Aimee Velasquez, Salt River, is a professional bikini bodybuilder competing under the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness. She started her journey of bodybuilding last year, where she won several first place competitions and even the title of Miss Bikini USA. We visit with her about her journey. Fifty four high school athletes gathered in Minneapolis over the weekend for the fourth Indigenous Bowl. The players on the purple and gold teams were from 16 states and represented 37 tribes. ICT's Shirley Sneve and Kolby KickingWoman have a report on the event held at the home of the Minnesota Vikings. You don't want to miss this!
  • The World of Professional Bikini Bodybuilding
    Wednesday, December 8
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Edgar Villanueva is an award-winning author, activist, and expert on topics of race, wealth, and philanthropy. He is the principal of the Decolonizing Wealth Project and Liberated Capital and the author of the bestselling book, "Decolonizing Wealth." Edgar joins the ICT newscast today to share more about this work. Aimee Velasquez, Salt River, is a professional bikini bodybuilder competing under the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness. She started her journey of bodybuilding last year, where she won several first place competitions and even the title of Miss Bikini USA. We visit with her about her journey. Fifty four high school athletes gathered in Minneapolis over the weekend for the fourth Indigenous Bowl. The players on the purple and gold teams were from 16 states and represented 37 tribes. ICT's Shirley Sneve and Kolby KickingWoman have a report on the event held at the home of the Minnesota Vikings. You don't want to miss this!
  • The World of Professional Bikini Bodybuilding
    Tuesday, December 7
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Edgar Villanueva is an award-winning author, activist, and expert on topics of race, wealth, and philanthropy. He is the principal of the Decolonizing Wealth Project and Liberated Capital and the author of the bestselling book, "Decolonizing Wealth." Edgar joins the ICT newscast today to share more about this work. Aimee Velasquez, Salt River, is a professional bikini bodybuilder competing under the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness. She started her journey of bodybuilding last year, where she won several first place competitions and even the title of Miss Bikini USA. We visit with her about her journey. Fifty four high school athletes gathered in Minneapolis over the weekend for the fourth Indigenous Bowl. The players on the purple and gold teams were from 16 states and represented 37 tribes. ICT's Shirley Sneve and Kolby KickingWoman have a report on the event held at the home of the Minnesota Vikings. You don't want to miss this!
  • Sterlin Harjo: Started from the Bottom Now We Here
    Tuesday, December 7
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Sterlin Harjo, Seminole and Muscogee Creek, and is the co-creator of the hit series "Reservation Dogs." The series recently won a Gotham award in New York City. He is also an alumnus of the Sundance Institute "Indigenous Program" and a co-founder of the comedy troupe, "The 1491's." He joins us to talk about his storytelling journey. Shaun Griswold is a reporter at Source New Mexico. He gives an update on the Yazzie/Martinez education lawsuit. A ruling found that the state of New Mexico was failing to provide Native students, among others, with a quality education. Griswold gives an update on what the state is doing to remedy that.
  • Sterlin Harjo: Started from the Bottom Now We Here
    Tuesday, December 7
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Sterlin Harjo, Seminole and Muscogee Creek, and is the co-creator of the hit series "Reservation Dogs." The series recently won a Gotham award in New York City. He is also an alumnus of the Sundance Institute "Indigenous Program" and a co-founder of the comedy troupe, "The 1491's." He joins us to talk about his storytelling journey. Shaun Griswold is a reporter at Source New Mexico. He gives an update on the Yazzie/Martinez education lawsuit. A ruling found that the state of New Mexico was failing to provide Native students, among others, with a quality education. Griswold gives an update on what the state is doing to remedy that.
  • Sterlin Harjo: Started from the Bottom Now We Here
    Monday, December 6
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Sterlin Harjo, Seminole and Muscogee Creek, and is the co-creator of the hit series "Reservation Dogs." The series recently won a Gotham award in New York City. He is also an alumnus of the Sundance Institute "Indigenous Program" and a co-founder of the comedy troupe, "The 1491's." He joins us to talk about his storytelling journey. Shaun Griswold is a reporter at Source New Mexico. He gives an update on the Yazzie/Martinez education lawsuit. A ruling found that the state of New Mexico was failing to provide Native students, among others, with a quality education. Griswold gives an update on what the state is doing to remedy that.
  • Stories of Identity from Indigenous Lands
    Monday, December 6
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Interior secretary Deb Haaland traveled to the sacred site Chaco Canyon in northwestern New Mexico last week. She was joined by tribal, state and federal leaders to celebrate the announcement that the Biden administration will block new federal oil and gas leasing within a 10-mile radius of Chaco over the next 20 years. Acoma Pueblo Governor Brian Vallo tells us about this special place. Geronimo Louie has amassed more than 162-thousand followers on the social media platform: TikTok. He is a Chiricahua Apache and Dine' content creator. The fashion designer and a youth director for Din? pride joins the show to talk about inclusion for two-spirit individuals. On Thanksgiving Day, Indigenous people gathered in prayer and solidarity. The 43rd annual "Sunrise Gathering" was held on Alcatraz Island near San Francisco. Participants say it proves that 400 years later, Native people have not vanished. ICT's deputy managing editor Dalton Walker reports. This month the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act turns 50. This law set up a different type of enrollment for Alaska Natives. Our special correspondent, Meghan Sullivan, looks at identity among Alaska Native youth. Jim Thorpe inspired generations of Natives. Now, Ojibwe and Oneida hip-hop artist Tall Pall is honoring Thorpe through music. We'll show you what the rap phenomenon from South Minneapolis, Minnesota is working on.
  • Stories of Identity from Indigenous Lands
    Monday, December 6
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Interior secretary Deb Haaland traveled to the sacred site Chaco Canyon in northwestern New Mexico last week. She was joined by tribal, state and federal leaders to celebrate the announcement that the Biden administration will block new federal oil and gas leasing within a 10-mile radius of Chaco over the next 20 years. Acoma Pueblo Governor Brian Vallo tells us about this special place. Geronimo Louie has amassed more than 162-thousand followers on the social media platform: TikTok. He is a Chiricahua Apache and Dine' content creator. The fashion designer and a youth director for Din? pride joins the show to talk about inclusion for two-spirit individuals. On Thanksgiving Day, Indigenous people gathered in prayer and solidarity. The 43rd annual "Sunrise Gathering" was held on Alcatraz Island near San Francisco. Participants say it proves that 400 years later, Native people have not vanished. ICT's deputy managing editor Dalton Walker reports. This month the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act turns 50. This law set up a different type of enrollment for Alaska Natives. Our special correspondent, Meghan Sullivan, looks at identity among Alaska Native youth. Jim Thorpe inspired generations of Natives. Now, Ojibwe and Oneida hip-hop artist Tall Pall is honoring Thorpe through music. We'll show you what the rap phenomenon from South Minneapolis, Minnesota is working on.
  • Stories of Identity from Indigenous Lands
    Friday, December 3
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Interior secretary Deb Haaland traveled to the sacred site Chaco Canyon in northwestern New Mexico last week. She was joined by tribal, state and federal leaders to celebrate the announcement that the Biden administration will block new federal oil and gas leasing within a 10-mile radius of Chaco over the next 20 years. Acoma Pueblo Governor Brian Vallo tells us about this special place. Geronimo Louie has amassed more than 162-thousand followers on the social media platform: TikTok. He is a Chiricahua Apache and Dine' content creator. The fashion designer and a youth director for Din? pride joins the show to talk about inclusion for two-spirit individuals. On Thanksgiving Day, Indigenous people gathered in prayer and solidarity. The 43rd annual "Sunrise Gathering" was held on Alcatraz Island near San Francisco. Participants say it proves that 400 years later, Native people have not vanished. ICT's deputy managing editor Dalton Walker reports. This month the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act turns 50. This law set up a different type of enrollment for Alaska Natives. Our special correspondent, Meghan Sullivan, looks at identity among Alaska Native youth. Jim Thorpe inspired generations of Natives. Now, Ojibwe and Oneida hip-hop artist Tall Pall is honoring Thorpe through music. We'll show you what the rap phenomenon from South Minneapolis, Minnesota is working on.
  • Tallest of Them All
    Friday, December 3
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Jim Thorpe has inspired generations of athletes, and now, his memory is honored through rap music. Ojibwe and Oneida hip-hop artist Tall Paul was raised in and around Minneapolis, Minnesota. His music strongly reflects his inner-city upbringing. Today he joins the show to tell us how he's working to honor the legacy of legendary Indigenous athlete Jim Thorpe. Who is ready for some Indigenous football history? From the gridiron to the hall of fame, Native Americans have had a hand in developing and preserving this rough and tumble game of inches. ICT's Kaitlin Onawa Boysel is taking a detailed look at the Indigenous roots of an American sport.
  • Tallest of Them All
    Friday, December 3
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Jim Thorpe has inspired generations of athletes, and now, his memory is honored through rap music. Ojibwe and Oneida hip-hop artist Tall Paul was raised in and around Minneapolis, Minnesota. His music strongly reflects his inner-city upbringing. Today he joins the show to tell us how he's working to honor the legacy of legendary Indigenous athlete Jim Thorpe. Who is ready for some Indigenous football history? From the gridiron to the hall of fame, Native Americans have had a hand in developing and preserving this rough and tumble game of inches. ICT's Kaitlin Onawa Boysel is taking a detailed look at the Indigenous roots of an American sport.
  • Tallest of Them All
    Thursday, December 2
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Jim Thorpe has inspired generations of athletes, and now, his memory is honored through rap music. Ojibwe and Oneida hip-hop artist Tall Paul was raised in and around Minneapolis, Minnesota. His music strongly reflects his inner-city upbringing. Today he joins the show to tell us how he's working to honor the legacy of legendary Indigenous athlete Jim Thorpe. Who is ready for some Indigenous football history? From the gridiron to the hall of fame, Native Americans have had a hand in developing and preserving this rough and tumble game of inches. ICT's Kaitlin Onawa Boysel is taking a detailed look at the Indigenous roots of an American sport.
  • 'Indigenous Bowl' to feature Indian Country's best
    Thursday, December 2
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The fourth annual "Indigenous Bowl" will be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota this weekend. The event, hosted by the Minnesota Vikings, brings together the best Native high school football players for an exciting game. The athletes will also get an opportunity to work with skilled coaches, mentors and former professional football players. ICT reporter and producer Kolby KickingWoman will be at U.S. Bank Stadium. Today, he previews what we need to know ahead of kickoff. The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, also known as ANCSA, turns 50 this month. This law set up a different type of enrollment for Alaska Natives. ICT special correspondent Meghan Sullivan teamed up with Alaska Public Media to tell us more about the story of identity among Alaska Natives. Holly Cook Macarro, Red Lake Ojibwe, is a regular contributor to our show. She's a partner at Spirit Rock Consulting. Holly has worked for tribal nations for more than 20 years and she's a regular guest commentator on our program. Today, she talks about the effectiveness of having a Native person at the helm at the Interior.
  • 'Indigenous Bowl' to feature Indian Country's best
    Thursday, December 2
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The fourth annual "Indigenous Bowl" will be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota this weekend. The event, hosted by the Minnesota Vikings, brings together the best Native high school football players for an exciting game. The athletes will also get an opportunity to work with skilled coaches, mentors and former professional football players. ICT reporter and producer Kolby KickingWoman will be at U.S. Bank Stadium. Today, he previews what we need to know ahead of kickoff. The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, also known as ANCSA, turns 50 this month. This law set up a different type of enrollment for Alaska Natives. ICT special correspondent Meghan Sullivan teamed up with Alaska Public Media to tell us more about the story of identity among Alaska Natives. Holly Cook Macarro, Red Lake Ojibwe, is a regular contributor to our show. She's a partner at Spirit Rock Consulting. Holly has worked for tribal nations for more than 20 years and she's a regular guest commentator on our program. Today, she talks about the effectiveness of having a Native person at the helm at the Interior.
  • 'Indigenous Bowl' to feature Indian Country's best
    Wednesday, December 1
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The fourth annual "Indigenous Bowl" will be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota this weekend. The event, hosted by the Minnesota Vikings, brings together the best Native high school football players for an exciting game. The athletes will also get an opportunity to work with skilled coaches, mentors and former professional football players. ICT reporter and producer Kolby KickingWoman will be at U.S. Bank Stadium. Today, he previews what we need to know ahead of kickoff. The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, also known as ANCSA, turns 50 this month. This law set up a different type of enrollment for Alaska Natives. ICT special correspondent Meghan Sullivan teamed up with Alaska Public Media to tell us more about the story of identity among Alaska Natives. Holly Cook Macarro, Red Lake Ojibwe, is a regular contributor to our show. She's a partner at Spirit Rock Consulting. Holly has worked for tribal nations for more than 20 years and she's a regular guest commentator on our program. Today, she talks about the effectiveness of having a Native person at the helm at the Interior.
  • Geronimo Louie: Innovating Indigenous Tiktok
    Wednesday, December 1
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Geronimo Louie is a Chiricahua Apache and Dine' content creator and influencer. He has amassed more than 162,000 followers on the social media platform TikTok. Louie is also a fashion designer and a youth director for Dine' pride. He joins the ICT newscast to share how his TikTok journey started, where its taken him and where he hopes it'll go. There are very few restaurants across the country that feature Indigenous foods, so when Wahpepah's Kitchen opened in Oakland, California recently, it was exciting news for the Native people who live there as well as tourists. ICT's Deputy Managing Editor Dalton Walker visited the restaurant and tells us all about it.
  • Geronimo Louie: Innovating Indigenous Tiktok
    Wednesday, December 1
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Geronimo Louie is a Chiricahua Apache and Dine' content creator and influencer. He has amassed more than 162,000 followers on the social media platform TikTok. Louie is also a fashion designer and a youth director for Dine' pride. He joins the ICT newscast to share how his TikTok journey started, where its taken him and where he hopes it'll go. There are very few restaurants across the country that feature Indigenous foods, so when Wahpepah's Kitchen opened in Oakland, California recently, it was exciting news for the Native people who live there as well as tourists. ICT's Deputy Managing Editor Dalton Walker visited the restaurant and tells us all about it.