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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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  • Monday, January 25
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  • Tribes Welcome Changes In Washington
    Monday, January 25
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Leaders across the country share their concerns of the Biden-Harris administration and reflect on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Maureen Lomaheptewa and Drew Landry share their work on human trafficking awareness and missing and murdered Indigenous people.
  • Tribes Welcome Changes In Washington
    Monday, January 25
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Leaders across the country share their concerns of the Biden-Harris administration and reflect on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Maureen Lomaheptewa and Drew Landry share their work on human trafficking awareness and missing and murdered Indigenous people.
  • Tribes Welcome Changes In Washington
    Friday, January 22
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Leaders across the country share their concerns of the Biden-Harris administration and reflect on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Maureen Lomaheptewa and Drew Landry share their work on human trafficking awareness and missing and murdered Indigenous people.
  • A 200-Year-Old Promise
    Friday, January 22
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In 2019, Kim Teehee was named the Cherokee Nation's congressional delegate in Oklahoma's first delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives. After a promise made almost 200 years ago from the 1835 treaty of New Echota, the treaty promised the tribal nation could appoint a delegate to the House after being forced off their land. She previously served for former President Barack Obama as the first ever policy advisor for Native American affairs in the White House domestic policy council for three years. She was also the director of government relations for the Cherokee Nation and senior vice president of government relations for Cherokee Nation businesses. Indian Country Today had a front row seat to history yesterday for the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Our deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye joins the newscast today. She spent the day recording history in the media reviewing stand in Lafayette Park, which is behind the White House.
  • A 200-Year-Old Promise
    Friday, January 22
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In 2019, Kim Teehee was named the Cherokee Nation's congressional delegate in Oklahoma's first delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives. After a promise made almost 200 years ago from the 1835 treaty of New Echota, the treaty promised the tribal nation could appoint a delegate to the House after being forced off their land. She previously served for former President Barack Obama as the first ever policy advisor for Native American affairs in the White House domestic policy council for three years. She was also the director of government relations for the Cherokee Nation and senior vice president of government relations for Cherokee Nation businesses. Indian Country Today had a front row seat to history yesterday for the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Our deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye joins the newscast today. She spent the day recording history in the media reviewing stand in Lafayette Park, which is behind the White House.
  • A 200-Year-Old Promise
    Thursday, January 21
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In 2019, Kim Teehee was named the Cherokee Nation's congressional delegate in Oklahoma's first delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives. After a promise made almost 200 years ago from the 1835 treaty of New Echota, the treaty promised the tribal nation could appoint a delegate to the House after being forced off their land. She previously served for former President Barack Obama as the first ever policy advisor for Native American affairs in the White House domestic policy council for three years. She was also the director of government relations for the Cherokee Nation and senior vice president of government relations for Cherokee Nation businesses. Indian Country Today had a front row seat to history yesterday for the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Our deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye joins the newscast today. She spent the day recording history in the media reviewing stand in Lafayette Park, which is behind the White House.
  • Indian Country's Presidential Expectations
    Thursday, January 21
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Timothy Nuvangyaoma and Terry Rambler join the newscast to discuss what's on the table for the tribe's they represent with respect to the new presidential administration. Plus national correspondent Mary Annette Pember is on the show to talk about the pipelines that could be shut down by President Biden. Now that Joe Biden is our 46th president, what will his administration do that will positively impact tribes? In October, he traveled to Phoenix, Arizona, he met with tribal leaders and discussed his plans for Indian Country. Since then, he's tapped representative Deb Haaland to be the next secretary of the Interior. She has Laguna Pueblo and once confirmed, she will be the first Native American to head this department that oversees more than 500 federally recognized tribes and millions of acres in public lands. Biden has also said he is going to restart the tribal nations summit at the White house to hear from tribal leaders directly. This of course was started when Biden was vice-president to Barack Obama. Joining us today is Timothy Nuvangyaoma the chairman of the Hopi tribe and Terry Rambler, the chairman of the San Carlos Apache nation. Both were at that Phoenix meeting with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris at the heard museum. They'll be telling us more about the Biden administration's plans for Indian Country. When president Biden was on the campaign trail he promised one of the first things he would do as president would be to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline. Mary Annette Pember is our national correspondent and her recent story, 'Canceling pipelines presents challenges', took a look at that campaign promise as well as other pipelines. She joins the show with more details behind this story.
  • Indian Country's Presidential Expectations
    Thursday, January 21
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Timothy Nuvangyaoma and Terry Rambler join the newscast to discuss what's on the table for the tribe's they represent with respect to the new presidential administration. Plus national correspondent Mary Annette Pember is on the show to talk about the pipelines that could be shut down by President Biden. Now that Joe Biden is our 46th president, what will his administration do that will positively impact tribes? In October, he traveled to Phoenix, Arizona, he met with tribal leaders and discussed his plans for Indian Country. Since then, he's tapped representative Deb Haaland to be the next secretary of the Interior. She has Laguna Pueblo and once confirmed, she will be the first Native American to head this department that oversees more than 500 federally recognized tribes and millions of acres in public lands. Biden has also said he is going to restart the tribal nations summit at the White house to hear from tribal leaders directly. This of course was started when Biden was vice-president to Barack Obama. Joining us today is Timothy Nuvangyaoma the chairman of the Hopi tribe and Terry Rambler, the chairman of the San Carlos Apache nation. Both were at that Phoenix meeting with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris at the heard museum. They'll be telling us more about the Biden administration's plans for Indian Country. When president Biden was on the campaign trail he promised one of the first things he would do as president would be to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline. Mary Annette Pember is our national correspondent and her recent story, 'Canceling pipelines presents challenges', took a look at that campaign promise as well as other pipelines. She joins the show with more details behind this story.
  • Indian Country's Presidential Expectations
    Wednesday, January 20
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Timothy Nuvangyaoma and Terry Rambler join the newscast to discuss what's on the table for the tribe's they represent with respect to the new presidential administration. Plus national correspondent Mary Annette Pember is on the show to talk about the pipelines that could be shut down by President Biden. Now that Joe Biden is our 46th president, what will his administration do that will positively impact tribes? In October, he traveled to Phoenix, Arizona, he met with tribal leaders and discussed his plans for Indian Country. Since then, he's tapped representative Deb Haaland to be the next secretary of the Interior. She has Laguna Pueblo and once confirmed, she will be the first Native American to head this department that oversees more than 500 federally recognized tribes and millions of acres in public lands. Biden has also said he is going to restart the tribal nations summit at the White house to hear from tribal leaders directly. This of course was started when Biden was vice-president to Barack Obama. Joining us today is Timothy Nuvangyaoma the chairman of the Hopi tribe and Terry Rambler, the chairman of the San Carlos Apache nation. Both were at that Phoenix meeting with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris at the heard museum. They'll be telling us more about the Biden administration's plans for Indian Country. When president Biden was on the campaign trail he promised one of the first things he would do as president would be to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline. Mary Annette Pember is our national correspondent and her recent story, 'Canceling pipelines presents challenges', took a look at that campaign promise as well as other pipelines. She joins the show with more details behind this story.
  • Human Trafficking In Our Communities
    Wednesday, January 20
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Maureen Lomahaptewa is on today's newscast to talk about her work with The Life Link. And deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye is back from her trip through a 5-hour gauntlet as she walked through preparations for the presidential inauguration. This month is national slavery and human trafficking prevention month has the creed by presidential proclamation. January is also known as human trafficking awareness month. This is an issue that severely impacts Indian Country. Indigenous people are at a higher risk of human trafficking, according to the national Indigenous women's resource center. But one nonprofit is dedicated to helping others who are coming out of human trafficking. Hopi citizen Maureen Lomahaptewa is a certified peer victim specialist at The Life Link and she has been working with the program for 10 years. She joins us today to talk about how this issue impacts families and what you can do to spot the warning signs. It's a maze in Washington D.C. Locals are reporting that it's taking twice as long to get to work and it's not due to traffic, but rather the huge barriers that are now set up all around the Capitol and White House. Our deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye spent five hours navigating the massive security and she takes us on her tour that started at 1:00 PM and ended as the sun went down around 6: 00 PM. Jordan joins the newscast to tell us more about the preparations.
  • Human Trafficking In Our Communities
    Wednesday, January 20
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Maureen Lomahaptewa is on today's newscast to talk about her work with The Life Link. And deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye is back from her trip through a 5-hour gauntlet as she walked through preparations for the presidential inauguration. This month is national slavery and human trafficking prevention month has the creed by presidential proclamation. January is also known as human trafficking awareness month. This is an issue that severely impacts Indian Country. Indigenous people are at a higher risk of human trafficking, according to the national Indigenous women's resource center. But one nonprofit is dedicated to helping others who are coming out of human trafficking. Hopi citizen Maureen Lomahaptewa is a certified peer victim specialist at The Life Link and she has been working with the program for 10 years. She joins us today to talk about how this issue impacts families and what you can do to spot the warning signs. It's a maze in Washington D.C. Locals are reporting that it's taking twice as long to get to work and it's not due to traffic, but rather the huge barriers that are now set up all around the Capitol and White House. Our deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye spent five hours navigating the massive security and she takes us on her tour that started at 1:00 PM and ended as the sun went down around 6: 00 PM. Jordan joins the newscast to tell us more about the preparations.
  • Human Trafficking In Our Communities
    Tuesday, January 19
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Maureen Lomahaptewa is on today's newscast to talk about her work with The Life Link. And deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye is back from her trip through a 5-hour gauntlet as she walked through preparations for the presidential inauguration. This month is national slavery and human trafficking prevention month has the creed by presidential proclamation. January is also known as human trafficking awareness month. This is an issue that severely impacts Indian Country. Indigenous people are at a higher risk of human trafficking, according to the national Indigenous women's resource center. But one nonprofit is dedicated to helping others who are coming out of human trafficking. Hopi citizen Maureen Lomahaptewa is a certified peer victim specialist at The Life Link and she has been working with the program for 10 years. She joins us today to talk about how this issue impacts families and what you can do to spot the warning signs. It's a maze in Washington D.C. Locals are reporting that it's taking twice as long to get to work and it's not due to traffic, but rather the huge barriers that are now set up all around the Capitol and White House. Our deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye spent five hours navigating the massive security and she takes us on her tour that started at 1:00 PM and ended as the sun went down around 6: 00 PM. Jordan joins the newscast to tell us more about the preparations.
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  • The Powerful Asset of Tribal Lands
    Monday, January 18
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    From public policy, corporate culture and, for tribes across the country, who controls their land, in this special episode, we look at issues that impact the future and well-being of tribal nations, through a sovereignty lens. Questions about blame, beyond Donald Trump, are surfacing in Congress. Markwayne Mullin is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and he's a Republican Representative from Oklahoma. He is a good example of the complexity of the situation. In a video he released this week, he says we are all to blame. But that same member of Congress is being castigated for two incidents that other members of Congress say put them at risk. The first involves guns in the Capitol. House rules say that members are allowed to have weapons in their offices, but not at the Capitol itself. Even after the attack, Mullin refused to accept screening at a weapons checkpoint, saying it violated his freedom. And during the insurrection Mullin was one of the members who refused to wear a mask - and now several House members have tested positive for coronavirus. Both House incidents are under investigation and could result in discipline.
  • The Powerful Asset of Tribal Lands
    Monday, January 18
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    From public policy, corporate culture and, for tribes across the country, who controls their land, in this special episode, we look at issues that impact the future and well-being of tribal nations, through a sovereignty lens. Questions about blame, beyond Donald Trump, are surfacing in Congress. Markwayne Mullin is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and he's a Republican Representative from Oklahoma. He is a good example of the complexity of the situation. In a video he released this week, he says we are all to blame. But that same member of Congress is being castigated for two incidents that other members of Congress say put them at risk. The first involves guns in the Capitol. House rules say that members are allowed to have weapons in their offices, but not at the Capitol itself. Even after the attack, Mullin refused to accept screening at a weapons checkpoint, saying it violated his freedom. And during the insurrection Mullin was one of the members who refused to wear a mask - and now several House members have tested positive for coronavirus. Both House incidents are under investigation and could result in discipline.
  • The Powerful Asset of Tribal Lands
    Friday, January 15
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    From public policy, corporate culture and, for tribes across the country, who controls their land, in this special episode, we look at issues that impact the future and well-being of tribal nations, through a sovereignty lens. Questions about blame, beyond Donald Trump, are surfacing in Congress. Markwayne Mullin is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and he's a Republican Representative from Oklahoma. He is a good example of the complexity of the situation. In a video he released this week, he says we are all to blame. But that same member of Congress is being castigated for two incidents that other members of Congress say put them at risk. The first involves guns in the Capitol. House rules say that members are allowed to have weapons in their offices, but not at the Capitol itself. Even after the attack, Mullin refused to accept screening at a weapons checkpoint, saying it violated his freedom. And during the insurrection Mullin was one of the members who refused to wear a mask - and now several House members have tested positive for coronavirus. Both House incidents are under investigation and could result in discipline.
  • The Brilliance Behind Alcatraz
    Friday, January 15
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Professor Robert Warrior is on today's show to discuss the planning of the Alcatraz and the parallels with the attempted coup in Washington D.C. Plus journalist Meghan Sullivan is talking more about a video game that worked with an entire Alaskan Native community to get things right.
  • The Brilliance Behind Alcatraz
    Friday, January 15
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Professor Robert Warrior is on today's show to discuss the planning of the Alcatraz and the parallels with the attempted coup in Washington D.C. Plus journalist Meghan Sullivan is talking more about a video game that worked with an entire Alaskan Native community to get things right.
  • The Brilliance Behind Alcatraz
    Thursday, January 14
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Professor Robert Warrior is on today's show to discuss the planning of the Alcatraz and the parallels with the attempted coup in Washington D.C. Plus journalist Meghan Sullivan is talking more about a video game that worked with an entire Alaskan Native community to get things right.
  • 'it's Not Howling at the Moon'
    Thursday, January 14
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Cris Stainbrook, Koko Hufford, and LeRoy Fairbanks join the show to discuss efforts from tribes to buy back their lands. Plus deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye shares with us the sights and sounds from Washington D.C. days before the presidential inauguration.
  • 'it's Not Howling at the Moon'
    Thursday, January 14
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Cris Stainbrook, Koko Hufford, and LeRoy Fairbanks join the show to discuss efforts from tribes to buy back their lands. Plus deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye shares with us the sights and sounds from Washington D.C. days before the presidential inauguration.
  • 'it's Not Howling at the Moon'
    Wednesday, January 13
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Cris Stainbrook, Koko Hufford, and LeRoy Fairbanks join the show to discuss efforts from tribes to buy back their lands. Plus deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye shares with us the sights and sounds from Washington D.C. days before the presidential inauguration.
  • 'something Else' Enters The Boardroom
    Wednesday, January 13
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A new law in California requires publicly held companies headquartered in that state to include board members from underrepresented communities. Cherokee citizen Rebecca Adamson joins the newscast to discuss. Adamson is an economist who has worked for decades on social investing and corporate governance. Plus national correspondent Joaqlin Estus is on today's show. There are 5 to 10 billion barrels of oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge but there does not seem to be a rush to acquire it as opposition to drilling grows. Based in Anchorage, Joaqlin joins us to talk about her recent story "Arctic oil, gas lease sales get cool reception."
  • 'something Else' Enters The Boardroom
    Wednesday, January 13
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A new law in California requires publicly held companies headquartered in that state to include board members from underrepresented communities. Cherokee citizen Rebecca Adamson joins the newscast to discuss. Adamson is an economist who has worked for decades on social investing and corporate governance. Plus national correspondent Joaqlin Estus is on today's show. There are 5 to 10 billion barrels of oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge but there does not seem to be a rush to acquire it as opposition to drilling grows. Based in Anchorage, Joaqlin joins us to talk about her recent story "Arctic oil, gas lease sales get cool reception."
  • 'something Else' Enters The Boardroom
    Tuesday, January 12
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A new law in California requires publicly held companies headquartered in that state to include board members from underrepresented communities. Cherokee citizen Rebecca Adamson joins the newscast to discuss. Adamson is an economist who has worked for decades on social investing and corporate governance. Plus national correspondent Joaqlin Estus is on today's show. There are 5 to 10 billion barrels of oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge but there does not seem to be a rush to acquire it as opposition to drilling grows. Based in Anchorage, Joaqlin joins us to talk about her recent story "Arctic oil, gas lease sales get cool reception."
  • Preserving Ohlone Cosmology and Teachings
    Tuesday, January 12
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In California, the site of one of the oldest and largest Ohlone villages is being threatened by developers. The proposed housing complex would destroy what's left of the village, which is the first place along the San Francisco Bay area where people lived. Joining us today to talk about the cultural and archeological significance of the site is Corrina Gould from the Confederated Villages of Lisjan/Ohlone, who has been working to protect the sacred site and archeologist Christopher Dore, who has helped the site gain eligibility for the national register of historic places. Plus national correspondent Dalton Walker is on the newscast. Dalton will be sharing more of the chilling details that have come out from Washington D.C.
  • Preserving Ohlone Cosmology and Teachings
    Tuesday, January 12
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In California, the site of one of the oldest and largest Ohlone villages is being threatened by developers. The proposed housing complex would destroy what's left of the village, which is the first place along the San Francisco Bay area where people lived. Joining us today to talk about the cultural and archeological significance of the site is Corrina Gould from the Confederated Villages of Lisjan/Ohlone, who has been working to protect the sacred site and archeologist Christopher Dore, who has helped the site gain eligibility for the national register of historic places. Plus national correspondent Dalton Walker is on the newscast. Dalton will be sharing more of the chilling details that have come out from Washington D.C.
  • Preserving Ohlone Cosmology and Teachings
    Monday, January 11
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In California, the site of one of the oldest and largest Ohlone villages is being threatened by developers. The proposed housing complex would destroy what's left of the village, which is the first place along the San Francisco Bay area where people lived. Joining us today to talk about the cultural and archeological significance of the site is Corrina Gould from the Confederated Villages of Lisjan/Ohlone, who has been working to protect the sacred site and archeologist Christopher Dore, who has helped the site gain eligibility for the national register of historic places. Plus national correspondent Dalton Walker is on the newscast. Dalton will be sharing more of the chilling details that have come out from Washington D.C.
  • Contentious Start for a New Year
    Monday, January 11
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The New Year is off to a contentious start and ICT reflects on the news with interviews from Native thought leaders and elected officials. Patrice Kunesh and Holly Cook Macarro look at opportunities for Native Representatives in the U.S. Congress. Jacqueline Keeler and Walter Lamar analyze Wednesday's security breech in the Nation's Capital. Place names in the state of Minnesota bring Native issues to the forefront. Carly Bad Heart Bull and Allicia Waukau-Butler talk about heightened awareness of racial justice in the Twin Cities - still resonating after George Floyd's murder in May. And learn about the beginnings of the Jingle Dress during the pandemic of the early 1900s, and how the Ojibwe honor this through the creation of a larger-than-life Jingle Dress Dancer puppet.
  • Contentious Start for a New Year
    Monday, January 11
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The New Year is off to a contentious start and ICT reflects on the news with interviews from Native thought leaders and elected officials. Patrice Kunesh and Holly Cook Macarro look at opportunities for Native Representatives in the U.S. Congress. Jacqueline Keeler and Walter Lamar analyze Wednesday's security breech in the Nation's Capital. Place names in the state of Minnesota bring Native issues to the forefront. Carly Bad Heart Bull and Allicia Waukau-Butler talk about heightened awareness of racial justice in the Twin Cities - still resonating after George Floyd's murder in May. And learn about the beginnings of the Jingle Dress during the pandemic of the early 1900s, and how the Ojibwe honor this through the creation of a larger-than-life Jingle Dress Dancer puppet.
  • Contentious Start for a New Year
    Friday, January 8
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The New Year is off to a contentious start and ICT reflects on the news with interviews from Native thought leaders and elected officials. Patrice Kunesh and Holly Cook Macarro look at opportunities for Native Representatives in the U.S. Congress. Jacqueline Keeler and Walter Lamar analyze Wednesday's security breech in the Nation's Capital. Place names in the state of Minnesota bring Native issues to the forefront. Carly Bad Heart Bull and Allicia Waukau-Butler talk about heightened awareness of racial justice in the Twin Cities - still resonating after George Floyd's murder in May. And learn about the beginnings of the Jingle Dress during the pandemic of the early 1900s, and how the Ojibwe honor this through the creation of a larger-than-life Jingle Dress Dancer puppet.
  • Violence in the 'citadel of Democracy'
    Friday, January 8
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joining us today to look at how law enforcement is trained to handle protestors is Blackfeet citizen Walter Lamar. For 18 years Walter served as a supervisory special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He now provides law enforcement and security consulting services to tribal governments. And also on the newscast is Dine' and Dakota journalist Jacqueline Keeler. Based in Portland, Oregon, she's editor-in-chief of Pollen Nation magazine. Jacqueline is the author of the upcoming book "Standoff: Standing Rock, the Bundy Movement, and the American Story of Sacred Lands."
  • Violence in the 'citadel of Democracy'
    Friday, January 8
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Joining us today to look at how law enforcement is trained to handle protestors is Blackfeet citizen Walter Lamar. For 18 years Walter served as a supervisory special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He now provides law enforcement and security consulting services to tribal governments. And also on the newscast is Dine' and Dakota journalist Jacqueline Keeler. Based in Portland, Oregon, she's editor-in-chief of Pollen Nation magazine. Jacqueline is the author of the upcoming book "Standoff: Standing Rock, the Bundy Movement, and the American Story of Sacred Lands."
  • Violence in the 'citadel of Democracy'
    Thursday, January 7
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joining us today to look at how law enforcement is trained to handle protestors is Blackfeet citizen Walter Lamar. For 18 years Walter served as a supervisory special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He now provides law enforcement and security consulting services to tribal governments. And also on the newscast is Dine' and Dakota journalist Jacqueline Keeler. Based in Portland, Oregon, she's editor-in-chief of Pollen Nation magazine. Jacqueline is the author of the upcoming book "Standoff: Standing Rock, the Bundy Movement, and the American Story of Sacred Lands."
  • Leading During The Pandemic
    Thursday, January 7
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    We check back in with chairman Matthew Wesaw to see how his tribe is doing during the pandemic. And correspondent Richard Walker has more on his coverage of Indigenous Americans in the Portland, Oregon area. We last checked in with the Pokagon band of Potawatomi at the end of September, since then a lot has happened. Joining us today is Chairman Matthew Wesaw to talk about the pandemic vaccine and more. Portland, Oregon is a city with a vibrant American Indian population, and a lot of news has happened there in the past few months. On the newscast today is Richard Walker. He is a correspondent covering that news for Indian Country Today.
  • Leading During The Pandemic
    Thursday, January 7
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    We check back in with chairman Matthew Wesaw to see how his tribe is doing during the pandemic. And correspondent Richard Walker has more on his coverage of Indigenous Americans in the Portland, Oregon area. We last checked in with the Pokagon band of Potawatomi at the end of September, since then a lot has happened. Joining us today is Chairman Matthew Wesaw to talk about the pandemic vaccine and more. Portland, Oregon is a city with a vibrant American Indian population, and a lot of news has happened there in the past few months. On the newscast today is Richard Walker. He is a correspondent covering that news for Indian Country Today.
  • Leading During The Pandemic
    Wednesday, January 6
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    We check back in with chairman Matthew Wesaw to see how his tribe is doing during the pandemic. And correspondent Richard Walker has more on his coverage of Indigenous Americans in the Portland, Oregon area. We last checked in with the Pokagon band of Potawatomi at the end of September, since then a lot has happened. Joining us today is Chairman Matthew Wesaw to talk about the pandemic vaccine and more. Portland, Oregon is a city with a vibrant American Indian population, and a lot of news has happened there in the past few months. On the newscast today is Richard Walker. He is a correspondent covering that news for Indian Country Today.
  • A Common Love for Place
    Wednesday, January 6
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joining us to talk about Minnesota's growing awareness of Native American cultural concerns are Menominee and Din? citizen Allicia Waukau-Butler, American Indian cultural liaison at Independent school district 197 and Muskogee Creek descendant Carly Bad Heart Bull, the Executive Director of Native Ways Federation. And deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye is on the newscast today! Jourdan will be telling us more about the new 117th United States Congress and what she learned.
  • A Common Love for Place
    Wednesday, January 6
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Joining us to talk about Minnesota's growing awareness of Native American cultural concerns are Menominee and Din? citizen Allicia Waukau-Butler, American Indian cultural liaison at Independent school district 197 and Muskogee Creek descendant Carly Bad Heart Bull, the Executive Director of Native Ways Federation. And deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye is on the newscast today! Jourdan will be telling us more about the new 117th United States Congress and what she learned.
  • A Common Love for Place
    Tuesday, January 5
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joining us to talk about Minnesota's growing awareness of Native American cultural concerns are Menominee and Din? citizen Allicia Waukau-Butler, American Indian cultural liaison at Independent school district 197 and Muskogee Creek descendant Carly Bad Heart Bull, the Executive Director of Native Ways Federation. And deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye is on the newscast today! Jourdan will be telling us more about the new 117th United States Congress and what she learned.
  • New Year, New Leadership, Same Pandemic
    Tuesday, January 5
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Patrice Kunesh, Standing Rock descendant, joins the newscast today. Patrice has been a deputy solicitor with the Interior department and recently headed the Center for Indian Economic Development at the Minneapolis Federal Reserve bank. And Red Lake Ojibwe citizen Holly Cook Macarro is on the show today. Holly has worked for tribal nations for more than twenty years as an advocate in Washington. She is a partner with Spirit Rock Consulting and is ready to talk about what is happening on Capitol Hill.
  • New Year, New Leadership, Same Pandemic
    Tuesday, January 5
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Patrice Kunesh, Standing Rock descendant, joins the newscast today. Patrice has been a deputy solicitor with the Interior department and recently headed the Center for Indian Economic Development at the Minneapolis Federal Reserve bank. And Red Lake Ojibwe citizen Holly Cook Macarro is on the show today. Holly has worked for tribal nations for more than twenty years as an advocate in Washington. She is a partner with Spirit Rock Consulting and is ready to talk about what is happening on Capitol Hill.
  • New Year, New Leadership, Same Pandemic
    Monday, January 4
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Patrice Kunesh, Standing Rock descendant, joins the newscast today. Patrice has been a deputy solicitor with the Interior department and recently headed the Center for Indian Economic Development at the Minneapolis Federal Reserve bank. And Red Lake Ojibwe citizen Holly Cook Macarro is on the show today. Holly has worked for tribal nations for more than twenty years as an advocate in Washington. She is a partner with Spirit Rock Consulting and is ready to talk about what is happening on Capitol Hill.
  • Leading A 'green Revolution'
    Monday, January 4
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Within the Department of Energy, there is an office of Indian energy that deals exclusively with tribes. According to the department, there are two types of renewable energy sources that have been successful for tribes in the west and Midwest: wind and solar. Today's guests know a lot about both. On today's show we have SAGE Development Authority's Joseph Mcneil Jr. and Native Sun's Robert Blake to talk about renewable energy on tribal lands.
  • Leading A 'green Revolution'
    Monday, January 4
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Within the Department of Energy, there is an office of Indian energy that deals exclusively with tribes. According to the department, there are two types of renewable energy sources that have been successful for tribes in the west and Midwest: wind and solar. Today's guests know a lot about both. On today's show we have SAGE Development Authority's Joseph Mcneil Jr. and Native Sun's Robert Blake to talk about renewable energy on tribal lands.
  • Leading A 'green Revolution'
    Friday, January 1
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Within the Department of Energy, there is an office of Indian energy that deals exclusively with tribes. According to the department, there are two types of renewable energy sources that have been successful for tribes in the west and Midwest: wind and solar. Today's guests know a lot about both. On today's show we have SAGE Development Authority's Joseph Mcneil Jr. and Native Sun's Robert Blake to talk about renewable energy on tribal lands.
  • The best of with Joey Clift and Sacajawea coin model Randy'l Teton
    Friday, January 1
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    On today's show we have two encore interviews with comedian Joey Clift talking about his new show on Netflix and Randy'L Teton shares her experience becoming the model of the $1 coin.
  • The best of with Joey Clift and Sacajawea coin model Randy'l Teton
    Thursday, December 31
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    On today's show we have two encore interviews with comedian Joey Clift talking about his new show on Netflix and Randy'L Teton shares her experience becoming the model of the $1 coin.
  • Building Indigenous Technology
    Thursday, December 31
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    When it comes to Native cultures, language, health, and history, technology can be key to improving all of these areas. And the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT is rewarding some Natives who are innovative and tackling these issues with Indigenous technologies. They just announced the third annual Class of Indigenous Communities Fellows. Today, we are talking to four of the eight fellows that were selected and they are going to participate in a nine month program and will receive $10,000 grant.
  • Building Indigenous Technology
    Thursday, December 31
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    When it comes to Native cultures, language, health, and history, technology can be key to improving all of these areas. And the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT is rewarding some Natives who are innovative and tackling these issues with Indigenous technologies. They just announced the third annual Class of Indigenous Communities Fellows. Today, we are talking to four of the eight fellows that were selected and they are going to participate in a nine month program and will receive $10,000 grant.
  • Building Indigenous Technology
    Wednesday, December 30
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    When it comes to Native cultures, language, health, and history, technology can be key to improving all of these areas. And the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT is rewarding some Natives who are innovative and tackling these issues with Indigenous technologies. They just announced the third annual Class of Indigenous Communities Fellows. Today, we are talking to four of the eight fellows that were selected and they are going to participate in a nine month program and will receive $10,000 grant.
  • Wednesday, December 30
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Wednesday, December 30
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • Tuesday, December 29
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Virtual Indigenous Book Clubs
    Tuesday, December 29
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Native American representation is critical in literature because it's an opportunity to share our narratives and take pride in our culture. It's also a way for the broader community to learn a lot more through Indigenous books. Today, we talk to the founders of two Indigenous book clubs including Erin Tripp, Dani Roulette and Carolann Duro. Also on the show, Jacqueline Keeler discusses her new non-fiction book, Standoff.
  • Virtual Indigenous Book Clubs
    Tuesday, December 29
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Native American representation is critical in literature because it's an opportunity to share our narratives and take pride in our culture. It's also a way for the broader community to learn a lot more through Indigenous books. Today, we talk to the founders of two Indigenous book clubs including Erin Tripp, Dani Roulette and Carolann Duro. Also on the show, Jacqueline Keeler discusses her new non-fiction book, Standoff.
  • Virtual Indigenous Book Clubs
    Monday, December 28
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Native American representation is critical in literature because it's an opportunity to share our narratives and take pride in our culture. It's also a way for the broader community to learn a lot more through Indigenous books. Today, we talk to the founders of two Indigenous book clubs including Erin Tripp, Dani Roulette and Carolann Duro. Also on the show, Jacqueline Keeler discusses her new non-fiction book, Standoff.
  • The Best of with Ricardo Cat?, Larissa Fasthorse
    Monday, December 28
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this special edition, we bring you the best of 2020 with two encore interviews featuring Without Reservation's Ricardo Cat? sharing New Mexico's colorful way of spreading a strong message with a COVID-19 coloring book for tribal youth. Also on the show is Larissa FastHorse, Sicangu Lakota citizen, to talk more about her craft and being awarded this year's 'Genius Grant. '
  • The Best of with Ricardo Cat?, Larissa Fasthorse
    Monday, December 28
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    On this special edition, we bring you the best of 2020 with two encore interviews featuring Without Reservation's Ricardo Cat? sharing New Mexico's colorful way of spreading a strong message with a COVID-19 coloring book for tribal youth. Also on the show is Larissa FastHorse, Sicangu Lakota citizen, to talk more about her craft and being awarded this year's 'Genius Grant. '
  • The Best of with Ricardo Cat?, Larissa Fasthorse
    Friday, December 25
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this special edition, we bring you the best of 2020 with two encore interviews featuring Without Reservation's Ricardo Cat? sharing New Mexico's colorful way of spreading a strong message with a COVID-19 coloring book for tribal youth. Also on the show is Larissa FastHorse, Sicangu Lakota citizen, to talk more about her craft and being awarded this year's 'Genius Grant. '
  • Friday, December 25
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • Thursday, December 24
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • Becoming A Forefront' Think Tank
    Thursday, December 24
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Across the U.S., there are nearly 2,000 think tanks. Each one addressing various needs in their local or regional area. But how many of them are established by Native Americans? How many of them approach their research from a Native perspective? On today's show, we have Director of the American Indian Governance and Policy Institute, Heather Cahoon, Program Director of the Spirit Aligned Leadership Program, Gail Small, and Chairman of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, Gerald Grey to talk about these issues.
  • Becoming A Forefront' Think Tank
    Thursday, December 24
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Across the U.S., there are nearly 2,000 think tanks. Each one addressing various needs in their local or regional area. But how many of them are established by Native Americans? How many of them approach their research from a Native perspective? On today's show, we have Director of the American Indian Governance and Policy Institute, Heather Cahoon, Program Director of the Spirit Aligned Leadership Program, Gail Small, and Chairman of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, Gerald Grey to talk about these issues.
  • Becoming A Forefront' Think Tank
    Wednesday, December 23
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Across the U.S., there are nearly 2,000 think tanks. Each one addressing various needs in their local or regional area. But how many of them are established by Native Americans? How many of them approach their research from a Native perspective? On today's show, we have Director of the American Indian Governance and Policy Institute, Heather Cahoon, Program Director of the Spirit Aligned Leadership Program, Gail Small, and Chairman of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, Gerald Grey to talk about these issues.
  • Urban Native nonprofits receive $2M MacKenzie Scott grant
    Wednesday, December 23
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The National Urban Indian Family Coalition, a coalition of more than 12 organizations, received a $2 million grant from MacKenzie Scott, ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Janeen Comenote, executive director of the National Urban Indian Family Coalition, talks about receiving the grant and a report the coalition released on how the pandemic is negatively impacting Native nonprofit organizations. Indian Country Today Editor Mark Trahant has a year end obituary story, reflecting on just a fraction of the people lost this year. Also on the newscast, the Phoenix Indian School Visitor Center receives back trophies and other memorabilia from the City of Phoenix. The items were part of the Phoenix Indian High School, which was a boarding school. Plus, just for all the kids at heart, we have a short film the "Native American Night Before Christmas," from our friends at Vision Maker Media.
  • Urban Native nonprofits receive $2M MacKenzie Scott grant
    Wednesday, December 23
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The National Urban Indian Family Coalition, a coalition of more than 12 organizations, received a $2 million grant from MacKenzie Scott, ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Janeen Comenote, executive director of the National Urban Indian Family Coalition, talks about receiving the grant and a report the coalition released on how the pandemic is negatively impacting Native nonprofit organizations. Indian Country Today Editor Mark Trahant has a year end obituary story, reflecting on just a fraction of the people lost this year. Also on the newscast, the Phoenix Indian School Visitor Center receives back trophies and other memorabilia from the City of Phoenix. The items were part of the Phoenix Indian High School, which was a boarding school. Plus, just for all the kids at heart, we have a short film the "Native American Night Before Christmas," from our friends at Vision Maker Media.
  • Urban Native nonprofits receive $2M MacKenzie Scott grant
    Tuesday, December 22
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The National Urban Indian Family Coalition, a coalition of more than 12 organizations, received a $2 million grant from MacKenzie Scott, ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Janeen Comenote, executive director of the National Urban Indian Family Coalition, talks about receiving the grant and a report the coalition released on how the pandemic is negatively impacting Native nonprofit organizations. Indian Country Today Editor Mark Trahant has a year end obituary story, reflecting on just a fraction of the people lost this year. Also on the newscast, the Phoenix Indian School Visitor Center receives back trophies and other memorabilia from the City of Phoenix. The items were part of the Phoenix Indian High School, which was a boarding school. Plus, just for all the kids at heart, we have a short film the "Native American Night Before Christmas," from our friends at Vision Maker Media.
  • Pandemic Issues: Vaccines and Funding
    Tuesday, December 22
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Director of the Tribal Health Research Office at the National Institutes of Health Dave Wilson, PhD, is on the newscast discussing the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines. He's Navajo and recently moderated a panel discussion with Dr. Anthony Fauci and tribal leaders to address vaccine concerns. Indian Country Today national correspondent Dalton Walker joins the newscast to talk about his latest story, "Deadline looms for tribes' CARES Act spending." He says some tribes are doing better than others at allocating the funds
  • Pandemic Issues: Vaccines and Funding
    Tuesday, December 22
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The Director of the Tribal Health Research Office at the National Institutes of Health Dave Wilson, PhD, is on the newscast discussing the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines. He's Navajo and recently moderated a panel discussion with Dr. Anthony Fauci and tribal leaders to address vaccine concerns. Indian Country Today national correspondent Dalton Walker joins the newscast to talk about his latest story, "Deadline looms for tribes' CARES Act spending." He says some tribes are doing better than others at allocating the funds
  • Pandemic Issues: Vaccines and Funding
    Monday, December 21
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Director of the Tribal Health Research Office at the National Institutes of Health Dave Wilson, PhD, is on the newscast discussing the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines. He's Navajo and recently moderated a panel discussion with Dr. Anthony Fauci and tribal leaders to address vaccine concerns. Indian Country Today national correspondent Dalton Walker joins the newscast to talk about his latest story, "Deadline looms for tribes' CARES Act spending." He says some tribes are doing better than others at allocating the funds
  • An Actual Seat at the Cabinet Table
    Monday, December 21
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This week has been history in the making with the nomination of the first Native American to lead the Interior department. But there is more history: 50 years ago the Nixon administration signed legislation returning Blue Lake to the Taos Pueblo. Joining us today are Red Lake Band of Ojibwe citizen Holly Cook Mararro, a partner at Spirit Rock Consulting and a federal lobbyist since 2001, to talk about the nomination of U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland, Pueblos of Laguna and Jemez, to the position of Secretary of Interior, and Indian Country Today Editor Mark Trahant will discuss the historic return of Blue Lake to the Taos Pueblo. Plus you won't want to miss Vision Maker Media's Indigenous twist in "The Twelve Days of Native Christmas," an animated short film written and directed by Choctaw and Cherokee filmmaker Gary Robinson. Head to Vision Maker Media to watch the trailer.
  • An Actual Seat at the Cabinet Table
    Monday, December 21
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This week has been history in the making with the nomination of the first Native American to lead the Interior department. But there is more history: 50 years ago the Nixon administration signed legislation returning Blue Lake to the Taos Pueblo. Joining us today are Red Lake Band of Ojibwe citizen Holly Cook Mararro, a partner at Spirit Rock Consulting and a federal lobbyist since 2001, to talk about the nomination of U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland, Pueblos of Laguna and Jemez, to the position of Secretary of Interior, and Indian Country Today Editor Mark Trahant will discuss the historic return of Blue Lake to the Taos Pueblo. Plus you won't want to miss Vision Maker Media's Indigenous twist in "The Twelve Days of Native Christmas," an animated short film written and directed by Choctaw and Cherokee filmmaker Gary Robinson. Head to Vision Maker Media to watch the trailer.
  • An Actual Seat at the Cabinet Table
    Friday, December 18
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This week has been history in the making with the nomination of the first Native American to lead the Interior department. But there is more history: 50 years ago the Nixon administration signed legislation returning Blue Lake to the Taos Pueblo. Joining us today are Red Lake Band of Ojibwe citizen Holly Cook Mararro, a partner at Spirit Rock Consulting and a federal lobbyist since 2001, to talk about the nomination of U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland, Pueblos of Laguna and Jemez, to the position of Secretary of Interior, and Indian Country Today Editor Mark Trahant will discuss the historic return of Blue Lake to the Taos Pueblo. Plus you won't want to miss Vision Maker Media's Indigenous twist in "The Twelve Days of Native Christmas," an animated short film written and directed by Choctaw and Cherokee filmmaker Gary Robinson. Head to Vision Maker Media to watch the trailer.
  • Alaska Eyes Its Permanent Fund
    Friday, December 18
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joaqlin Estus, our Tlingit national correspondent, is on the show today! She'll tell us more about why Alaska's governor is aiming to punish financiers opposed to Arctic drilling. Plus freelance Koyukon Athabascan journalist Meghan Sullivan is on the newscast today. Meghan has more on how the distribution of COVID-19 vaccine is going for Alaskan Natives
  • Alaska Eyes Its Permanent Fund
    Friday, December 18
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Joaqlin Estus, our Tlingit national correspondent, is on the show today! She'll tell us more about why Alaska's governor is aiming to punish financiers opposed to Arctic drilling. Plus freelance Koyukon Athabascan journalist Meghan Sullivan is on the newscast today. Meghan has more on how the distribution of COVID-19 vaccine is going for Alaskan Natives
  • Alaska Eyes Its Permanent Fund
    Thursday, December 17
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joaqlin Estus, our Tlingit national correspondent, is on the show today! She'll tell us more about why Alaska's governor is aiming to punish financiers opposed to Arctic drilling. Plus freelance Koyukon Athabascan journalist Meghan Sullivan is on the newscast today. Meghan has more on how the distribution of COVID-19 vaccine is going for Alaskan Natives
  • First Vaccine, Easy; Second Is A Challenge
    Thursday, December 17
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In 2014, Seneca citizen Dean Seneca went to the West African country of Sierra Leone to help in the fight against the Ebola pandemic. Today He's the CEO of Seneca Scientific Solutions. He shares his perspective about the vaccines coming to your local health facility. Plus national correspondent Mary Annette Pember is on the newscast today. She'll be telling us about the state recognized Lumbee tribe of North Carolina and why their run at federal recognition might be highly problematic.
  • First Vaccine, Easy; Second Is A Challenge
    Thursday, December 17
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In 2014, Seneca citizen Dean Seneca went to the West African country of Sierra Leone to help in the fight against the Ebola pandemic. Today He's the CEO of Seneca Scientific Solutions. He shares his perspective about the vaccines coming to your local health facility. Plus national correspondent Mary Annette Pember is on the newscast today. She'll be telling us about the state recognized Lumbee tribe of North Carolina and why their run at federal recognition might be highly problematic.
  • First Vaccine, Easy; Second Is A Challenge
    Wednesday, December 16
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In 2014, Seneca citizen Dean Seneca went to the West African country of Sierra Leone to help in the fight against the Ebola pandemic. Today He's the CEO of Seneca Scientific Solutions. He shares his perspective about the vaccines coming to your local health facility. Plus national correspondent Mary Annette Pember is on the newscast today. She'll be telling us about the state recognized Lumbee tribe of North Carolina and why their run at federal recognition might be highly problematic.
  • Ready and Hungry for Change
    Wednesday, December 16
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Our guest today is the newly elected Chairman of the Northern Arapaho tribe Jordan Dresser. He's telling us what his motivations were as he ran for tribal chairman especially in the middle of a pandemic. Plus national correspondent Dalton Walker is on the show. Dalton has more about the COVID-19 vaccine as it makes its way into Indian Country.
  • Ready and Hungry for Change
    Wednesday, December 16
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Our guest today is the newly elected Chairman of the Northern Arapaho tribe Jordan Dresser. He's telling us what his motivations were as he ran for tribal chairman especially in the middle of a pandemic. Plus national correspondent Dalton Walker is on the show. Dalton has more about the COVID-19 vaccine as it makes its way into Indian Country.
  • Ready and Hungry for Change
    Tuesday, December 15
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Our guest today is the newly elected Chairman of the Northern Arapaho tribe Jordan Dresser. He's telling us what his motivations were as he ran for tribal chairman especially in the middle of a pandemic. Plus national correspondent Dalton Walker is on the show. Dalton has more about the COVID-19 vaccine as it makes its way into Indian Country.
  • Reigning During The Pandemic
    Tuesday, December 15
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    2020's Miss Indian Rodeo Oriana Lopez talks about how events have changed since the pandemic. Editor Mark Trahant is breaking down Biden's cabinet picks. Plus correspondent Carina Dominguez is in New York with more on the Shinnecock Nation's legal battles with the state. On today's newscast we have the reigning 2020 Miss Indian Rodeo Oriana Lopez from the Tohono O'odham Nation. She'll tell us what it has been like to hold her title during the pandemic. And Editor of Indian Country Today Mark Trahant is breaking down all the numbers behind President-elect Joe Biden's cabinet appointments. Plus Correspondent for Indian Country Today Newscast Carina Dominguez has more about the Shinnecock Nation's fight for economic prosperity against the state of New York.
  • Reigning During The Pandemic
    Tuesday, December 15
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    2020's Miss Indian Rodeo Oriana Lopez talks about how events have changed since the pandemic. Editor Mark Trahant is breaking down Biden's cabinet picks. Plus correspondent Carina Dominguez is in New York with more on the Shinnecock Nation's legal battles with the state. On today's newscast we have the reigning 2020 Miss Indian Rodeo Oriana Lopez from the Tohono O'odham Nation. She'll tell us what it has been like to hold her title during the pandemic. And Editor of Indian Country Today Mark Trahant is breaking down all the numbers behind President-elect Joe Biden's cabinet appointments. Plus Correspondent for Indian Country Today Newscast Carina Dominguez has more about the Shinnecock Nation's fight for economic prosperity against the state of New York.
  • Reigning During The Pandemic
    Monday, December 14
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    2020's Miss Indian Rodeo Oriana Lopez talks about how events have changed since the pandemic. Editor Mark Trahant is breaking down Biden's cabinet picks. Plus correspondent Carina Dominguez is in New York with more on the Shinnecock Nation's legal battles with the state. On today's newscast we have the reigning 2020 Miss Indian Rodeo Oriana Lopez from the Tohono O'odham Nation. She'll tell us what it has been like to hold her title during the pandemic. And Editor of Indian Country Today Mark Trahant is breaking down all the numbers behind President-elect Joe Biden's cabinet appointments. Plus Correspondent for Indian Country Today Newscast Carina Dominguez has more about the Shinnecock Nation's fight for economic prosperity against the state of New York.
  • Brown and Black 'outpriced' In Portland
    Monday, December 14
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Rep. Tawna Sanchez tells us about unrest in the Portland, Oregon, district she represents. And News from Indian Country editor Paul DeMain talks with us about Eddie Benton-Banai. Today we talk with Oregon state Representative Tawna Sanchez, Shoshone-Bannock. She is the only Indigenous member of the Oregon legislature. Representative Sanchez tells us more about issues specific to Portland. Plus it's Friday and that means it's time for another Reporters Roundtable. Today we speak with News from Indian Country editor Paul DeMain about the stories he's digging into.
  • Brown and Black 'outpriced' In Portland
    Monday, December 14
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Rep. Tawna Sanchez tells us about unrest in the Portland, Oregon, district she represents. And News from Indian Country editor Paul DeMain talks with us about Eddie Benton-Banai. Today we talk with Oregon state Representative Tawna Sanchez, Shoshone-Bannock. She is the only Indigenous member of the Oregon legislature. Representative Sanchez tells us more about issues specific to Portland. Plus it's Friday and that means it's time for another Reporters Roundtable. Today we speak with News from Indian Country editor Paul DeMain about the stories he's digging into.
  • Brown and Black 'outpriced' In Portland
    Friday, December 11
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Rep. Tawna Sanchez tells us about unrest in the Portland, Oregon, district she represents. And News from Indian Country editor Paul DeMain talks with us about Eddie Benton-Banai. Today we talk with Oregon state Representative Tawna Sanchez, Shoshone-Bannock. She is the only Indigenous member of the Oregon legislature. Representative Sanchez tells us more about issues specific to Portland. Plus it's Friday and that means it's time for another Reporters Roundtable. Today we speak with News from Indian Country editor Paul DeMain about the stories he's digging into.
  • Oneida Leader's Pitch: Stay Safe During Holidays
    Friday, December 11
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chairman Tehassi Hill tells us more about what steps his tribe is taking to stay safe during the pandemic and freelance journalist Sandra Schulman tells us how one tribe is reclaiming their ancestors. Oneida nation chairman Tehassi Hill the ways he's trying to keep his people safe during the holiday season. And freelance journalist Sandra Schulman joins the show to talk about one tribe's repatriation efforts.
  • Oneida Leader's Pitch: Stay Safe During Holidays
    Friday, December 11
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Chairman Tehassi Hill tells us more about what steps his tribe is taking to stay safe during the pandemic and freelance journalist Sandra Schulman tells us how one tribe is reclaiming their ancestors. Oneida nation chairman Tehassi Hill the ways he's trying to keep his people safe during the holiday season. And freelance journalist Sandra Schulman joins the show to talk about one tribe's repatriation efforts.
  • Oneida Leader's Pitch: Stay Safe During Holidays
    Thursday, December 10
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chairman Tehassi Hill tells us more about what steps his tribe is taking to stay safe during the pandemic and freelance journalist Sandra Schulman tells us how one tribe is reclaiming their ancestors. Oneida nation chairman Tehassi Hill the ways he's trying to keep his people safe during the holiday season. And freelance journalist Sandra Schulman joins the show to talk about one tribe's repatriation efforts.
  • Acting Early, Swiftly Against Covid-19
    Thursday, December 10
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chairwoman Shelly Fyant of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Montana is talking about the state of her tribe in 2020. And national correspondent Kolby KickingWoman is on the show to share more details on some stories he's been digging into. Joining Indian Country Today is Chairwoman Shelly Fyant of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Montana. Through federal elections, the pandemic, and the census count, she's telling us how she is finding ways to continue to serve her citizens. Plus Kolby KickingWoman tells what's inside The Center for Native American Youth's annual report this year and how that information can be used for 2021.
  • Acting Early, Swiftly Against Covid-19
    Thursday, December 10
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Chairwoman Shelly Fyant of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Montana is talking about the state of her tribe in 2020. And national correspondent Kolby KickingWoman is on the show to share more details on some stories he's been digging into. Joining Indian Country Today is Chairwoman Shelly Fyant of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Montana. Through federal elections, the pandemic, and the census count, she's telling us how she is finding ways to continue to serve her citizens. Plus Kolby KickingWoman tells what's inside The Center for Native American Youth's annual report this year and how that information can be used for 2021.
  • Acting Early, Swiftly Against Covid-19
    Wednesday, December 9
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chairwoman Shelly Fyant of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Montana is talking about the state of her tribe in 2020. And national correspondent Kolby KickingWoman is on the show to share more details on some stories he's been digging into. Joining Indian Country Today is Chairwoman Shelly Fyant of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Montana. Through federal elections, the pandemic, and the census count, she's telling us how she is finding ways to continue to serve her citizens. Plus Kolby KickingWoman tells what's inside The Center for Native American Youth's annual report this year and how that information can be used for 2021.
  • Invisible People with Visible Votes
    Wednesday, December 9
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    On today's show, Vonnie McCormick, principal chief of the Lower Muskogee Creek Tribe, tells us about her effort to get out the vote in Georgia's special election. And Sicangu Oyate citizen OJ Semans, founder of the nonpartisan Native voting rights group Four Directions, worked to get 100,000 eligible Native voters in Georgia to cast their ballots. He'll tell us how that went. Plus, national correspondent Joaqlin Estus is on the show, and she has more about a string of islands near the Canadian border that were hit hard by heavy rain and strong winds.
  • Invisible People with Visible Votes
    Wednesday, December 9
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    On today's show, Vonnie McCormick, principal chief of the Lower Muskogee Creek Tribe, tells us about her effort to get out the vote in Georgia's special election. And Sicangu Oyate citizen OJ Semans, founder of the nonpartisan Native voting rights group Four Directions, worked to get 100,000 eligible Native voters in Georgia to cast their ballots. He'll tell us how that went. Plus, national correspondent Joaqlin Estus is on the show, and she has more about a string of islands near the Canadian border that were hit hard by heavy rain and strong winds.
  • Invisible People with Visible Votes
    Tuesday, December 8
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    On today's show, Vonnie McCormick, principal chief of the Lower Muskogee Creek Tribe, tells us about her effort to get out the vote in Georgia's special election. And Sicangu Oyate citizen OJ Semans, founder of the nonpartisan Native voting rights group Four Directions, worked to get 100,000 eligible Native voters in Georgia to cast their ballots. He'll tell us how that went. Plus, national correspondent Joaqlin Estus is on the show, and she has more about a string of islands near the Canadian border that were hit hard by heavy rain and strong winds.
  • Alaskan Native Heritage Center's 12 Days of Christmas
    Tuesday, December 8
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    H?n Gwich'in Athabascan citizens Shyanne Beatty and Sophia Stevens are our guests for the show. They'll be telling us about how moving to a virtual platform to sell art and goods is helping this time of the year. The pandemic has made it impossible on artists with the closing of in-person bazaars and conventions. Plus Dalton Walker, our national correspondent based in Phoenix, joins the newscast today. He's been working on two really big stories and is ready to share some details.
  • Alaskan Native Heritage Center's 12 Days of Christmas
    Tuesday, December 8
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    H?n Gwich'in Athabascan citizens Shyanne Beatty and Sophia Stevens are our guests for the show. They'll be telling us about how moving to a virtual platform to sell art and goods is helping this time of the year. The pandemic has made it impossible on artists with the closing of in-person bazaars and conventions. Plus Dalton Walker, our national correspondent based in Phoenix, joins the newscast today. He's been working on two really big stories and is ready to share some details.
  • Alaskan Native Heritage Center's 12 Days of Christmas
    Monday, December 7
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    H?n Gwich'in Athabascan citizens Shyanne Beatty and Sophia Stevens are our guests for the show. They'll be telling us about how moving to a virtual platform to sell art and goods is helping this time of the year. The pandemic has made it impossible on artists with the closing of in-person bazaars and conventions. Plus Dalton Walker, our national correspondent based in Phoenix, joins the newscast today. He's been working on two really big stories and is ready to share some details.
  • Reporters Roundtable: from Saskatchewan to Montana
    Monday, December 7
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It's Friday and you know what that means. It's time for our Reporters' Roundtable! Today we're joined by Priscilla Wolf. She's a correspondent for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network based in Saskatchewan, Canada. And also joining the newscast is Bernie Azure, he's the assistant editor for the Char-Koosta News in Pablo Montana. They cover the swath of news in and around the Flathead Indian reservation.
  • Reporters Roundtable: from Saskatchewan to Montana
    Monday, December 7
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    It's Friday and you know what that means. It's time for our Reporters' Roundtable! Today we're joined by Priscilla Wolf. She's a correspondent for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network based in Saskatchewan, Canada. And also joining the newscast is Bernie Azure, he's the assistant editor for the Char-Koosta News in Pablo Montana. They cover the swath of news in and around the Flathead Indian reservation.
  • Reporters Roundtable: from Saskatchewan to Montana
    Friday, December 4
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It's Friday and you know what that means. It's time for our Reporters' Roundtable! Today we're joined by Priscilla Wolf. She's a correspondent for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network based in Saskatchewan, Canada. And also joining the newscast is Bernie Azure, he's the assistant editor for the Char-Koosta News in Pablo Montana. They cover the swath of news in and around the Flathead Indian reservation.
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  • Evolution of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force
    Thursday, December 3
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe citizen Sharon Day of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force joins us today to talk more about the work this grassroots group does and how they've evolved in their 30 plus years of programming. Plus Associate Editor of Indian Country Today Vincent Schilling is on the newscast, he'll be giving us more details about on forced assimilation and labor of India's children.
  • Evolution of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force
    Thursday, December 3
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe citizen Sharon Day of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force joins us today to talk more about the work this grassroots group does and how they've evolved in their 30 plus years of programming. Plus Associate Editor of Indian Country Today Vincent Schilling is on the newscast, he'll be giving us more details about on forced assimilation and labor of India's children.
  • Evolution of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force
    Wednesday, December 2
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe citizen Sharon Day of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force joins us today to talk more about the work this grassroots group does and how they've evolved in their 30 plus years of programming. Plus Associate Editor of Indian Country Today Vincent Schilling is on the newscast, he'll be giving us more details about on forced assimilation and labor of India's children.
  • Ryan Redcorn's Visual Sovereignty
    Wednesday, December 2
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Osage media impresario Ryan Redcorn is on the newscast today. He's been busy during the pandemic, and he's filling us in on some of the great projects he's involved in. Plus, national correspondent Dalton Walker joins the show to talk about how tribes and pro sports teams are creating some incredible partnerships.
  • Ryan Redcorn's Visual Sovereignty
    Wednesday, December 2
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Osage media impresario Ryan Redcorn is on the newscast today. He's been busy during the pandemic, and he's filling us in on some of the great projects he's involved in. Plus, national correspondent Dalton Walker joins the show to talk about how tribes and pro sports teams are creating some incredible partnerships.
  • Ryan Redcorn's Visual Sovereignty
    Tuesday, December 1
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Osage media impresario Ryan Redcorn is on the newscast today. He's been busy during the pandemic, and he's filling us in on some of the great projects he's involved in. Plus, national correspondent Dalton Walker joins the show to talk about how tribes and pro sports teams are creating some incredible partnerships.
  • Animating The Indigenous
    Tuesday, December 1
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    LA Skins Fest founder and Choctaw citizen Ian Skorodin is on the show today to talk about a fellowship to get Indian Country involved in the digital effects industry. Plus our national correspondent Joaqlin Estus has more details on why Southwest Alaskan tribes are celebrating a Trump administration decision.
  • Animating The Indigenous
    Tuesday, December 1
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    LA Skins Fest founder and Choctaw citizen Ian Skorodin is on the show today to talk about a fellowship to get Indian Country involved in the digital effects industry. Plus our national correspondent Joaqlin Estus has more details on why Southwest Alaskan tribes are celebrating a Trump administration decision.