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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.

  • Flags Mean Sovereignty
    Monday, July 4
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    Independence Day is coming up and Americans will be waving the flag of stars and stripes. What does this mean for Indigenous people? Cheryl Crazy Bull has some thoughts on this. She's the president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund. The film industry and mainstream popular culture are notorious for promoting stereotypical images of Native Americans. Are things getting better? Assistant Professor Eric Buffalohead teaches at Augsburg University in Minneapolis. He co-authored "Native Americans on Film: Conversations, Teaching and Theory" with Elise Marubbio, who is also an Augsburg professor. With the pandemic taking a toll on many tribal health systems, the Cherokee Nation is taking major steps to help its citizens. ICT producer McKenzie Allen-Charmley reports. Earlier this year, a public health campaign called the Healthy Native Babies Project was not renewed by federal agencies. Its goal is to reduce rates of infant mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Abigail Echo-Hawk wants to change this. She's the executive vice president of the Seattle Indian Health Board. It's election season all over the country. From national, state and local offices to tribal governments. After last year's concerns over voter fraud, what steps will ensure that votes will be counted fairly. John Tahsuda joins us to talk tribal elections and what makes them unique? He's a partner with Navigators Global. It's a holiday weekend, and time for powwows and family reunions. Time for a dip in the pool, perhaps, and a book. "The Seed Keeper" looks at the relationship between generations of women and seeds. The story is told through generations of Dakota women, and the confrontations of modern-day activism. Last summer, ICT's Shirley Sneve visited with the author Diane Wilson.
  • Flags Mean Sovereignty
    Monday, July 4
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    Independence Day is coming up and Americans will be waving the flag of stars and stripes. What does this mean for Indigenous people? Cheryl Crazy Bull has some thoughts on this. She's the president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund. The film industry and mainstream popular culture are notorious for promoting stereotypical images of Native Americans. Are things getting better? Assistant Professor Eric Buffalohead teaches at Augsburg University in Minneapolis. He co-authored "Native Americans on Film: Conversations, Teaching and Theory" with Elise Marubbio, who is also an Augsburg professor. With the pandemic taking a toll on many tribal health systems, the Cherokee Nation is taking major steps to help its citizens. ICT producer McKenzie Allen-Charmley reports. Earlier this year, a public health campaign called the Healthy Native Babies Project was not renewed by federal agencies. Its goal is to reduce rates of infant mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Abigail Echo-Hawk wants to change this. She's the executive vice president of the Seattle Indian Health Board. It's election season all over the country. From national, state and local offices to tribal governments. After last year's concerns over voter fraud, what steps will ensure that votes will be counted fairly. John Tahsuda joins us to talk tribal elections and what makes them unique? He's a partner with Navigators Global. It's a holiday weekend, and time for powwows and family reunions. Time for a dip in the pool, perhaps, and a book. "The Seed Keeper" looks at the relationship between generations of women and seeds. The story is told through generations of Dakota women, and the confrontations of modern-day activism. Last summer, ICT's Shirley Sneve visited with the author Diane Wilson.
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  • Flags Mean Sovereignty
    Friday, July 1
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Independence Day is coming up and Americans will be waving the flag of stars and stripes. What does this mean for Indigenous people? Cheryl Crazy Bull has some thoughts on this. She's the president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund. The film industry and mainstream popular culture are notorious for promoting stereotypical images of Native Americans. Are things getting better? Assistant Professor Eric Buffalohead teaches at Augsburg University in Minneapolis. He co-authored "Native Americans on Film: Conversations, Teaching and Theory" with Elise Marubbio, who is also an Augsburg professor. With the pandemic taking a toll on many tribal health systems, the Cherokee Nation is taking major steps to help its citizens. ICT producer McKenzie Allen-Charmley reports. Earlier this year, a public health campaign called the Healthy Native Babies Project was not renewed by federal agencies. Its goal is to reduce rates of infant mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Abigail Echo-Hawk wants to change this. She's the executive vice president of the Seattle Indian Health Board. It's election season all over the country. From national, state and local offices to tribal governments. After last year's concerns over voter fraud, what steps will ensure that votes will be counted fairly. John Tahsuda joins us to talk tribal elections and what makes them unique? He's a partner with Navigators Global. It's a holiday weekend, and time for powwows and family reunions. Time for a dip in the pool, perhaps, and a book. "The Seed Keeper" looks at the relationship between generations of women and seeds. The story is told through generations of Dakota women, and the confrontations of modern-day activism. Last summer, ICT's Shirley Sneve visited with the author Diane Wilson.
  • Seaplanes: Puyallup's New Venture
    Friday, July 1
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    When people visit Ruston Way in Tacoma, Washington, they will soon see a new seaplane terminal and restaurants. The ventures are the latest projects for the Puyallup Tribe. The tribal nation with 5,000 citizens recently announced it is adding seaplane services to its economic portfolio. Matt Wadhwani, the financial officer of the Puyallup Tribe explains. For too long, Native peoples stories and futures have been written by others. But today, Native leaders and Native youth are writing their own path forward. Featured on the PBS series Roadtrip Nation, Kimberlee Blevins from the Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation tells us more. R. Vincent Moniz, Jr. has joined the ICT Newscast as a senior producer. He's Nueta and Oglala. He's a poet and performance artist and lives in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Seaplanes: Puyallup's New Venture
    Friday, July 1
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    When people visit Ruston Way in Tacoma, Washington, they will soon see a new seaplane terminal and restaurants. The ventures are the latest projects for the Puyallup Tribe. The tribal nation with 5,000 citizens recently announced it is adding seaplane services to its economic portfolio. Matt Wadhwani, the financial officer of the Puyallup Tribe explains. For too long, Native peoples stories and futures have been written by others. But today, Native leaders and Native youth are writing their own path forward. Featured on the PBS series Roadtrip Nation, Kimberlee Blevins from the Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation tells us more. R. Vincent Moniz, Jr. has joined the ICT Newscast as a senior producer. He's Nueta and Oglala. He's a poet and performance artist and lives in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Seaplanes: Puyallup's New Venture
    Thursday, June 30
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    When people visit Ruston Way in Tacoma, Washington, they will soon see a new seaplane terminal and restaurants. The ventures are the latest projects for the Puyallup Tribe. The tribal nation with 5,000 citizens recently announced it is adding seaplane services to its economic portfolio. Matt Wadhwani, the financial officer of the Puyallup Tribe explains. For too long, Native peoples stories and futures have been written by others. But today, Native leaders and Native youth are writing their own path forward. Featured on the PBS series Roadtrip Nation, Kimberlee Blevins from the Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation tells us more. R. Vincent Moniz, Jr. has joined the ICT Newscast as a senior producer. He's Nueta and Oglala. He's a poet and performance artist and lives in Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • Energy Policy On Native Lands
    Thursday, June 30
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dine' citizen Wahleah Johns is the director of the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs. She is responsible for upholding and advancing her office's mission to develop and deploy energy solutions that benefit Native Americans and Alaska Natives. Here's an update about current projects and initiatives. Six states held primary elections Tuesday, including Illinois, Colorado, Oklahoma, Utah, Mississippi and New York. ICT's political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw gives us the latest results. It's election season all over the country. From national, state and local offices to tribal governments. After last year's concerns over voter fraud, what steps will ensure that votes will be counted fairly. John Tahsuda joins us to talk tribal elections and what makes them unique. He's a partner with Navigators Global.
  • Energy Policy On Native Lands
    Thursday, June 30
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Dine' citizen Wahleah Johns is the director of the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs. She is responsible for upholding and advancing her office's mission to develop and deploy energy solutions that benefit Native Americans and Alaska Natives. Here's an update about current projects and initiatives. Six states held primary elections Tuesday, including Illinois, Colorado, Oklahoma, Utah, Mississippi and New York. ICT's political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw gives us the latest results. It's election season all over the country. From national, state and local offices to tribal governments. After last year's concerns over voter fraud, what steps will ensure that votes will be counted fairly. John Tahsuda joins us to talk tribal elections and what makes them unique. He's a partner with Navigators Global.
  • Energy Policy On Native Lands
    Wednesday, June 29
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dine' citizen Wahleah Johns is the director of the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs. She is responsible for upholding and advancing her office's mission to develop and deploy energy solutions that benefit Native Americans and Alaska Natives. Here's an update about current projects and initiatives. Six states held primary elections Tuesday, including Illinois, Colorado, Oklahoma, Utah, Mississippi and New York. ICT's political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw gives us the latest results. It's election season all over the country. From national, state and local offices to tribal governments. After last year's concerns over voter fraud, what steps will ensure that votes will be counted fairly. John Tahsuda joins us to talk tribal elections and what makes them unique. He's a partner with Navigators Global.
  • Geothermal Means Sovereignty
    Wednesday, June 29
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Bipartisan Policy Center released a 71-page report in April about the struggles of receiving quality child care for Native children. Linda Smith is one of the report's authors. She is the director of the Bipartisan Policy Center?s early childhood initiative. Natural Resources are something that many tribes rely on for survival and economic independence. But the Fort Nelson First Nation is heating things up. It?s exploring geothermal energy. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview with Chief Sharleen Gale. From Brazil to Australia, there are Indigenous people all around the globe. ICT's column called "Global Indigenous" is a weekly round-up of Indigenous news from all over the world. ICT Senior Editor Dianna Hunt oversees the content. Read the entire column at ictnews website.
  • Geothermal Means Sovereignty
    Wednesday, June 29
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The Bipartisan Policy Center released a 71-page report in April about the struggles of receiving quality child care for Native children. Linda Smith is one of the report's authors. She is the director of the Bipartisan Policy Center?s early childhood initiative. Natural Resources are something that many tribes rely on for survival and economic independence. But the Fort Nelson First Nation is heating things up. It?s exploring geothermal energy. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview with Chief Sharleen Gale. From Brazil to Australia, there are Indigenous people all around the globe. ICT's column called "Global Indigenous" is a weekly round-up of Indigenous news from all over the world. ICT Senior Editor Dianna Hunt oversees the content. Read the entire column at ictnews website.
  • Geothermal Means Sovereignty
    Tuesday, June 28
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Bipartisan Policy Center released a 71-page report in April about the struggles of receiving quality child care for Native children. Linda Smith is one of the report's authors. She is the director of the Bipartisan Policy Center?s early childhood initiative. Natural Resources are something that many tribes rely on for survival and economic independence. But the Fort Nelson First Nation is heating things up. It?s exploring geothermal energy. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview with Chief Sharleen Gale. From Brazil to Australia, there are Indigenous people all around the globe. ICT's column called "Global Indigenous" is a weekly round-up of Indigenous news from all over the world. ICT Senior Editor Dianna Hunt oversees the content. Read the entire column at ictnews website.
  • Dakota Language Every Day
    Tuesday, June 28
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Revitalizing any language is challenging, and Erin Griffin is ready to go. She is the recipient of a 2022 Bush Fellowship and is a student of the Dakota language. She is finishing a doctoral degree in Indigenous language and culture revitalization. Indigenous Women Rising is one of the only Indigenous abortion funds in the country. After Friday's overturn of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, the organization is reacting. Nicole Martin who is the organization's sex educator tells us what this means for Indigenous people. In northern California, the Redding Rancheria recently won a lawsuit against the local city of Redding. The tribe sued the city after it abandoned a road leading to a casino that the tribe was building. Redding Rancheria CEO Tracey Edwards gives us the details.
  • Dakota Language Every Day
    Tuesday, June 28
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Revitalizing any language is challenging, and Erin Griffin is ready to go. She is the recipient of a 2022 Bush Fellowship and is a student of the Dakota language. She is finishing a doctoral degree in Indigenous language and culture revitalization. Indigenous Women Rising is one of the only Indigenous abortion funds in the country. After Friday's overturn of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, the organization is reacting. Nicole Martin who is the organization's sex educator tells us what this means for Indigenous people. In northern California, the Redding Rancheria recently won a lawsuit against the local city of Redding. The tribe sued the city after it abandoned a road leading to a casino that the tribe was building. Redding Rancheria CEO Tracey Edwards gives us the details.
  • Dakota Language Every Day
    Monday, June 27
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Revitalizing any language is challenging, and Erin Griffin is ready to go. She is the recipient of a 2022 Bush Fellowship and is a student of the Dakota language. She is finishing a doctoral degree in Indigenous language and culture revitalization. Indigenous Women Rising is one of the only Indigenous abortion funds in the country. After Friday's overturn of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, the organization is reacting. Nicole Martin who is the organization's sex educator tells us what this means for Indigenous people. In northern California, the Redding Rancheria recently won a lawsuit against the local city of Redding. The tribe sued the city after it abandoned a road leading to a casino that the tribe was building. Redding Rancheria CEO Tracey Edwards gives us the details.
  • Co-Management for Bears Ears
    Monday, June 27
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Rebekah Dunlap is a certified nurse midwife. From the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior, she is determined to revitalize Ojibwe practices around childbirth, and a Bush Fellowship will help her accomplish that. Emily Edenshaw is the president and CEO of the Alaska Native Heritage Center. She's also a recipient of the "40 under 40" award from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. She relates the uniqueness of her culture. Ted Strong, is a former Yakama judge, and is currently vice president of Corporate Social Responsibility at Yakima Chief Hops. He talks wisdom of elders with ICT's Mark Trahant at the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas.
  • Co-Management for Bears Ears
    Monday, June 27
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Rebekah Dunlap is a certified nurse midwife. From the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior, she is determined to revitalize Ojibwe practices around childbirth, and a Bush Fellowship will help her accomplish that. Emily Edenshaw is the president and CEO of the Alaska Native Heritage Center. She's also a recipient of the "40 under 40" award from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. She relates the uniqueness of her culture. Ted Strong, is a former Yakama judge, and is currently vice president of Corporate Social Responsibility at Yakima Chief Hops. He talks wisdom of elders with ICT's Mark Trahant at the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas.
  • Co-Management for Bears Ears
    Friday, June 24
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Rebekah Dunlap is a certified nurse midwife. From the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior, she is determined to revitalize Ojibwe practices around childbirth, and a Bush Fellowship will help her accomplish that. Emily Edenshaw is the president and CEO of the Alaska Native Heritage Center. She's also a recipient of the "40 under 40" award from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. She relates the uniqueness of her culture. Ted Strong, is a former Yakama judge, and is currently vice president of Corporate Social Responsibility at Yakima Chief Hops. He talks wisdom of elders with ICT's Mark Trahant at the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas.
  • Indian Country Today Is Now Ict
    Friday, June 24
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The film industry and mainstream popular culture are notorious for promoting stereotypical images of Native Americans. Are things getting better? Eric Buffalohead is associate professor and chair of the American Indian studies department at Augsburg University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He co-authored "Native Americans on Film: Conversations, Teaching and Theory" with Elise Marubbio, who is also an Augsburg professor. Earlier this year, a public health campaign called the Healthy Native Babies Project was not renewed by federal agencies. Its goal is to reduce rates of infant mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Health advocates are calling on President Joe Biden to take action. Abigail Echo-Hawk, who is the executive vice president of the Seattle Indian Health Board, explains. Indian Country Today is a 40-year-old news organization. It's been through four iterations, and now it's evolving again. On June 24, our long-time website, www.indiancountrytoday.com will become www.ictnews. org. IndiJ Public Media's Chief Operating Officer Mike Kellogg introduces the new brand.
  • Indian Country Today Is Now Ict
    Friday, June 24
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The film industry and mainstream popular culture are notorious for promoting stereotypical images of Native Americans. Are things getting better? Eric Buffalohead is associate professor and chair of the American Indian studies department at Augsburg University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He co-authored "Native Americans on Film: Conversations, Teaching and Theory" with Elise Marubbio, who is also an Augsburg professor. Earlier this year, a public health campaign called the Healthy Native Babies Project was not renewed by federal agencies. Its goal is to reduce rates of infant mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Health advocates are calling on President Joe Biden to take action. Abigail Echo-Hawk, who is the executive vice president of the Seattle Indian Health Board, explains. Indian Country Today is a 40-year-old news organization. It's been through four iterations, and now it's evolving again. On June 24, our long-time website, www.indiancountrytoday.com will become www.ictnews. org. IndiJ Public Media's Chief Operating Officer Mike Kellogg introduces the new brand.
  • Indian Country Today Is Now Ict
    Thursday, June 23
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The film industry and mainstream popular culture are notorious for promoting stereotypical images of Native Americans. Are things getting better? Eric Buffalohead is associate professor and chair of the American Indian studies department at Augsburg University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He co-authored "Native Americans on Film: Conversations, Teaching and Theory" with Elise Marubbio, who is also an Augsburg professor. Earlier this year, a public health campaign called the Healthy Native Babies Project was not renewed by federal agencies. Its goal is to reduce rates of infant mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Health advocates are calling on President Joe Biden to take action. Abigail Echo-Hawk, who is the executive vice president of the Seattle Indian Health Board, explains. Indian Country Today is a 40-year-old news organization. It's been through four iterations, and now it's evolving again. On June 24, our long-time website, www.indiancountrytoday.com will become www.ictnews. org. IndiJ Public Media's Chief Operating Officer Mike Kellogg introduces the new brand.
  • Mohegan Citizen to Become The Us Treasurer
    Thursday, June 23
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet Ted Strong, a Yakama elder, who is the vice president of Corporate Social Responsibility for Yakima Chief Hops. ICT Editor-at-Large Mark Trahant caught up with him at the Reservation Economic Summit. McKenzie Allen-Charmley, Dena'ina Athabaskan, has joined the ICT Newscast as a producer. She talks about her journey from Alaska to Arizona to become a broadcast journalist. Regular contributor Holly Cook-Macarro talks about the newest appointment in the Treasury Department.
  • Mohegan Citizen to Become The Us Treasurer
    Thursday, June 23
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Meet Ted Strong, a Yakama elder, who is the vice president of Corporate Social Responsibility for Yakima Chief Hops. ICT Editor-at-Large Mark Trahant caught up with him at the Reservation Economic Summit. McKenzie Allen-Charmley, Dena'ina Athabaskan, has joined the ICT Newscast as a producer. She talks about her journey from Alaska to Arizona to become a broadcast journalist. Regular contributor Holly Cook-Macarro talks about the newest appointment in the Treasury Department.
  • Mohegan Citizen to Become The Us Treasurer
    Wednesday, June 22
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet Ted Strong, a Yakama elder, who is the vice president of Corporate Social Responsibility for Yakima Chief Hops. ICT Editor-at-Large Mark Trahant caught up with him at the Reservation Economic Summit. McKenzie Allen-Charmley, Dena'ina Athabaskan, has joined the ICT Newscast as a producer. She talks about her journey from Alaska to Arizona to become a broadcast journalist. Regular contributor Holly Cook-Macarro talks about the newest appointment in the Treasury Department.
  • Health Is A Sovereign Right
    Wednesday, June 22
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The National Indian Health Board appointed Aaron Payment, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe, to lead its government relations. He joins us to reflect on the issues facing healthcare on and off tribal lands. Flags fly across the country as the U.S. prepares for its Independence Day, but what does this mean? Cheryl Crazy Bull, president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund has been thinking about this. Access to health care in rural areas - especially for pregnant women - is at the heart of Rebekah Dunlap's work. The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe citizen will use her Bush Fellowship to guide this work.
  • Health Is A Sovereign Right
    Wednesday, June 22
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The National Indian Health Board appointed Aaron Payment, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe, to lead its government relations. He joins us to reflect on the issues facing healthcare on and off tribal lands. Flags fly across the country as the U.S. prepares for its Independence Day, but what does this mean? Cheryl Crazy Bull, president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund has been thinking about this. Access to health care in rural areas - especially for pregnant women - is at the heart of Rebekah Dunlap's work. The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe citizen will use her Bush Fellowship to guide this work.
  • Health Is A Sovereign Right
    Tuesday, June 21
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The National Indian Health Board appointed Aaron Payment, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe, to lead its government relations. He joins us to reflect on the issues facing healthcare on and off tribal lands. Flags fly across the country as the U.S. prepares for its Independence Day, but what does this mean? Cheryl Crazy Bull, president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund has been thinking about this. Access to health care in rural areas - especially for pregnant women - is at the heart of Rebekah Dunlap's work. The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe citizen will use her Bush Fellowship to guide this work.
  • Indigenous Women Excel
    Tuesday, June 21
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chanae Bullock is a citizen of the Shinnecock Nation in New York. She is the managing director for the tribe's cannabis business called "Little Beach Harvest." ICT's Shirley Sneve sat down with Chanae at the 2022 Reservation Economic Summit. The Field Museum in Chicago opened a new permanent exhibit called "Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories." With over four years in the making, as Melina Chalkia reports, this interactive exhibit allows Native people to tell their own stories. Sheila Tucker, Yellow Quill Anishinaabe, is a fashion designer based in Phoenix. Her work has been featured on runways in Arizona, Los Angeles, and even in Paris for fashion week. A new business called, the War Chief Collection, was created to combat the culture of alcohol and drug addiction. ICT's Mark Trahant has the story of how this idea became a reality. Gabby Lemieux is a professional golfer on the Epson Tour - the developmental tour for the Ladies Professional Golf Association. This Shoshone-Paiute citizen is the first Native woman on the pro tour. In Alaska, sewing fur clothing is more than a way to stay warm. It's a way to carry on ancient traditions. ICT's Joaqlin Estus has more.
  • Indigenous Women Excel
    Tuesday, June 21
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Chanae Bullock is a citizen of the Shinnecock Nation in New York. She is the managing director for the tribe's cannabis business called "Little Beach Harvest." ICT's Shirley Sneve sat down with Chanae at the 2022 Reservation Economic Summit. The Field Museum in Chicago opened a new permanent exhibit called "Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories." With over four years in the making, as Melina Chalkia reports, this interactive exhibit allows Native people to tell their own stories. Sheila Tucker, Yellow Quill Anishinaabe, is a fashion designer based in Phoenix. Her work has been featured on runways in Arizona, Los Angeles, and even in Paris for fashion week. A new business called, the War Chief Collection, was created to combat the culture of alcohol and drug addiction. ICT's Mark Trahant has the story of how this idea became a reality. Gabby Lemieux is a professional golfer on the Epson Tour - the developmental tour for the Ladies Professional Golf Association. This Shoshone-Paiute citizen is the first Native woman on the pro tour. In Alaska, sewing fur clothing is more than a way to stay warm. It's a way to carry on ancient traditions. ICT's Joaqlin Estus has more.
  • Indigenous Women Excel
    Monday, June 20
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chanae Bullock is a citizen of the Shinnecock Nation in New York. She is the managing director for the tribe's cannabis business called "Little Beach Harvest." ICT's Shirley Sneve sat down with Chanae at the 2022 Reservation Economic Summit. The Field Museum in Chicago opened a new permanent exhibit called "Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories." With over four years in the making, as Melina Chalkia reports, this interactive exhibit allows Native people to tell their own stories. Sheila Tucker, Yellow Quill Anishinaabe, is a fashion designer based in Phoenix. Her work has been featured on runways in Arizona, Los Angeles, and even in Paris for fashion week. A new business called, the War Chief Collection, was created to combat the culture of alcohol and drug addiction. ICT's Mark Trahant has the story of how this idea became a reality. Gabby Lemieux is a professional golfer on the Epson Tour - the developmental tour for the Ladies Professional Golf Association. This Shoshone-Paiute citizen is the first Native woman on the pro tour. In Alaska, sewing fur clothing is more than a way to stay warm. It's a way to carry on ancient traditions. ICT's Joaqlin Estus has more.
  • Celebrating Pride Month
    Monday, June 20
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Hair Nirvana in Scottsdale, Arizona is run by Vee. He's been a mainstay in the LGBTQ+ community for decades. Let's find out what Pride Month means to this Dine' citizen. "Esperan?a" believes in health equity for everyone. It is an international organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. Anna Ortiz is its Global Health & Development director. The prestigious James Beard Foundation award for Best New Restaurant went to Owamni. Last summer, ICT's Shirley Sneve dined at the Minneapolis restaurant. ICT Editor-at-Large Mark Trahant caught up with Dr. Don Warne at the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas last month. In Juneau, Alaska, Native people recently gathered for a cultural event called Celebration.
  • Celebrating Pride Month
    Monday, June 20
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Hair Nirvana in Scottsdale, Arizona is run by Vee. He's been a mainstay in the LGBTQ+ community for decades. Let's find out what Pride Month means to this Dine' citizen. "Esperan?a" believes in health equity for everyone. It is an international organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. Anna Ortiz is its Global Health & Development director. The prestigious James Beard Foundation award for Best New Restaurant went to Owamni. Last summer, ICT's Shirley Sneve dined at the Minneapolis restaurant. ICT Editor-at-Large Mark Trahant caught up with Dr. Don Warne at the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas last month. In Juneau, Alaska, Native people recently gathered for a cultural event called Celebration.
  • Celebrating Pride Month
    Friday, June 17
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Hair Nirvana in Scottsdale, Arizona is run by Vee. He's been a mainstay in the LGBTQ+ community for decades. Let's find out what Pride Month means to this Dine' citizen. "Esperan?a" believes in health equity for everyone. It is an international organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. Anna Ortiz is its Global Health & Development director. The prestigious James Beard Foundation award for Best New Restaurant went to Owamni. Last summer, ICT's Shirley Sneve dined at the Minneapolis restaurant. ICT Editor-at-Large Mark Trahant caught up with Dr. Don Warne at the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas last month. In Juneau, Alaska, Native people recently gathered for a cultural event called Celebration.
  • Robert Miguel: A New Opportunity
    Friday, June 17
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Ak-Chin Indian Community Chairman Robert Miguel is the new chair of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association. He talks about his new responsibilities leading the organizatoin. Jamie Aresenault is a Bush Fellow. She is the tribal historic preservation officer for the White Earth Band of the Minnesota Chippewa. It was primary election day in four states on Tuesday. Voters from South Carolina, North Dakota, Nevada, and Maine headed to the polls. Here to give us an update on how Native candidates fared is Pauly Denetclaw. She is ICT's political correspondent.
  • Robert Miguel: A New Opportunity
    Friday, June 17
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Ak-Chin Indian Community Chairman Robert Miguel is the new chair of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association. He talks about his new responsibilities leading the organizatoin. Jamie Aresenault is a Bush Fellow. She is the tribal historic preservation officer for the White Earth Band of the Minnesota Chippewa. It was primary election day in four states on Tuesday. Voters from South Carolina, North Dakota, Nevada, and Maine headed to the polls. Here to give us an update on how Native candidates fared is Pauly Denetclaw. She is ICT's political correspondent.
  • Robert Miguel: A New Opportunity
    Thursday, June 16
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Ak-Chin Indian Community Chairman Robert Miguel is the new chair of the Arizona Indian Gaming Association. He talks about his new responsibilities leading the organizatoin. Jamie Aresenault is a Bush Fellow. She is the tribal historic preservation officer for the White Earth Band of the Minnesota Chippewa. It was primary election day in four states on Tuesday. Voters from South Carolina, North Dakota, Nevada, and Maine headed to the polls. Here to give us an update on how Native candidates fared is Pauly Denetclaw. She is ICT's political correspondent.
  • Vision Maker Media: Representing Since 1976
    Thursday, June 16
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Francene Blythe-Lewis, Dine', Sisseton-Wahpeton and Eastern Band Cherokee, is Vision Maker Media's executive director. This year, it funded $1 million to 11 documentaries through its Public Media Fund. It has also supported $180,000 through its Creative Shorts Fellowship. Emily Edenshaw, Yup'ik & Inupiaq, is the president and CEO of the Alaska Native Heritage Center. ICT's Shirley Sneve sat down with her at RES 2022 in Las Vegas. ICT regular contributor John Tahsuda, Kiowa, is a partner at Navigators Global. He joins us to weigh in on the bipartisan group of U.S. senators working together to pass legislation on guns. The current talks from lawmakers include implementing red-flag laws, funding for mental health resources, and expanding background checks.
  • Vision Maker Media: Representing Since 1976
    Thursday, June 16
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Francene Blythe-Lewis, Dine', Sisseton-Wahpeton and Eastern Band Cherokee, is Vision Maker Media's executive director. This year, it funded $1 million to 11 documentaries through its Public Media Fund. It has also supported $180,000 through its Creative Shorts Fellowship. Emily Edenshaw, Yup'ik & Inupiaq, is the president and CEO of the Alaska Native Heritage Center. ICT's Shirley Sneve sat down with her at RES 2022 in Las Vegas. ICT regular contributor John Tahsuda, Kiowa, is a partner at Navigators Global. He joins us to weigh in on the bipartisan group of U.S. senators working together to pass legislation on guns. The current talks from lawmakers include implementing red-flag laws, funding for mental health resources, and expanding background checks.
  • Vision Maker Media: Representing Since 1976
    Wednesday, June 15
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Francene Blythe-Lewis, Dine', Sisseton-Wahpeton and Eastern Band Cherokee, is Vision Maker Media's executive director. This year, it funded $1 million to 11 documentaries through its Public Media Fund. It has also supported $180,000 through its Creative Shorts Fellowship. Emily Edenshaw, Yup'ik & Inupiaq, is the president and CEO of the Alaska Native Heritage Center. ICT's Shirley Sneve sat down with her at RES 2022 in Las Vegas. ICT regular contributor John Tahsuda, Kiowa, is a partner at Navigators Global. He joins us to weigh in on the bipartisan group of U.S. senators working together to pass legislation on guns. The current talks from lawmakers include implementing red-flag laws, funding for mental health resources, and expanding background checks.
  • History Making Native Pro Golfer
    Wednesday, June 15
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Lori Pourier, Oglala Lakota, is the founder of First Peoples Fund. The organization is celebrating its 25th anniversary by hosting a multi-day festival called, "We the Peoples Before." It will be held from June 30-July 2 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Gabby Lemieux, Shoshone-Paiute, is a professional golfer on the Epson Tour. It is the developmental tour for the Ladies Professional Golf Association. She is the first Native woman on the pro tour. Anna Ortiz is the global health & development director for Esperan?a. It's an international organization based in Phoenix, whose goal is health equity for everyone.
  • History Making Native Pro Golfer
    Wednesday, June 15
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Lori Pourier, Oglala Lakota, is the founder of First Peoples Fund. The organization is celebrating its 25th anniversary by hosting a multi-day festival called, "We the Peoples Before." It will be held from June 30-July 2 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Gabby Lemieux, Shoshone-Paiute, is a professional golfer on the Epson Tour. It is the developmental tour for the Ladies Professional Golf Association. She is the first Native woman on the pro tour. Anna Ortiz is the global health & development director for Esperan?a. It's an international organization based in Phoenix, whose goal is health equity for everyone.
  • History Making Native Pro Golfer
    Tuesday, June 14
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Lori Pourier, Oglala Lakota, is the founder of First Peoples Fund. The organization is celebrating its 25th anniversary by hosting a multi-day festival called, "We the Peoples Before." It will be held from June 30-July 2 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Gabby Lemieux, Shoshone-Paiute, is a professional golfer on the Epson Tour. It is the developmental tour for the Ladies Professional Golf Association. She is the first Native woman on the pro tour. Anna Ortiz is the global health & development director for Esperan?a. It's an international organization based in Phoenix, whose goal is health equity for everyone.
  • 'dark Winds' Star Breaks Down New Thriller
    Tuesday, June 14
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Kiowa Gordon, Hualapai, stars in AMC's "Dark Winds." The new psychological thriller is based on Tony Hillerman books. It takes place on the Navajo reservation. Actor Zahn McClarnon plays Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn while Kiowa Gordon plays Jim Chee. We bring you a bonus interview from the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas. ICT editor at large Mark Trahant caught up with Dr. Don Warne. He is the associate dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the University of North Dakota's medical school. Warne also teaches and directs other programs for Natives in medicine. Levi Rickert, Prairie Band Potawatomi, is the founder of Native News Online. He recently published a new book called "Visions for a Better Indian Country." Rickert shares the major headlines in his book.
  • 'dark Winds' Star Breaks Down New Thriller
    Tuesday, June 14
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Kiowa Gordon, Hualapai, stars in AMC's "Dark Winds." The new psychological thriller is based on Tony Hillerman books. It takes place on the Navajo reservation. Actor Zahn McClarnon plays Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn while Kiowa Gordon plays Jim Chee. We bring you a bonus interview from the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas. ICT editor at large Mark Trahant caught up with Dr. Don Warne. He is the associate dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the University of North Dakota's medical school. Warne also teaches and directs other programs for Natives in medicine. Levi Rickert, Prairie Band Potawatomi, is the founder of Native News Online. He recently published a new book called "Visions for a Better Indian Country." Rickert shares the major headlines in his book.
  • 'dark Winds' Star Breaks Down New Thriller
    Monday, June 13
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Kiowa Gordon, Hualapai, stars in AMC's "Dark Winds." The new psychological thriller is based on Tony Hillerman books. It takes place on the Navajo reservation. Actor Zahn McClarnon plays Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn while Kiowa Gordon plays Jim Chee. We bring you a bonus interview from the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas. ICT editor at large Mark Trahant caught up with Dr. Don Warne. He is the associate dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the University of North Dakota's medical school. Warne also teaches and directs other programs for Natives in medicine. Levi Rickert, Prairie Band Potawatomi, is the founder of Native News Online. He recently published a new book called "Visions for a Better Indian Country." Rickert shares the major headlines in his book.
  • 'keep Telling Your Story'
    Monday, June 13
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    An Indigenous film is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York this weekend. "Lakota Nation vs. United States" documents the dark history of the forced removal of the Lakota from the Black Hills. Jesse Short Bull is one of the filmmakers. We also get to see the just released trailer. We have another interview from the Reservation Economic Summit. ICT Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye caught up with creative Sierra Teller Ornelas. Brent Cahwee is a regular contributor to the ICT Newscast. He and ICT editor-at-large Mark Trahant sat down to discuss and highlight some incredible Indigenous athletes. A Canadian cartoon series called "Lil' Glooscap and the Legend of Turtle Island" follows a young man who will one day become a great hero and warrior for his people. APTN's Angel Moore has the story.
  • 'keep Telling Your Story'
    Monday, June 13
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    An Indigenous film is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York this weekend. "Lakota Nation vs. United States" documents the dark history of the forced removal of the Lakota from the Black Hills. Jesse Short Bull is one of the filmmakers. We also get to see the just released trailer. We have another interview from the Reservation Economic Summit. ICT Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye caught up with creative Sierra Teller Ornelas. Brent Cahwee is a regular contributor to the ICT Newscast. He and ICT editor-at-large Mark Trahant sat down to discuss and highlight some incredible Indigenous athletes. A Canadian cartoon series called "Lil' Glooscap and the Legend of Turtle Island" follows a young man who will one day become a great hero and warrior for his people. APTN's Angel Moore has the story.
  • 'keep Telling Your Story'
    Friday, June 10
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    An Indigenous film is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York this weekend. "Lakota Nation vs. United States" documents the dark history of the forced removal of the Lakota from the Black Hills. Jesse Short Bull is one of the filmmakers. We also get to see the just released trailer. We have another interview from the Reservation Economic Summit. ICT Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye caught up with creative Sierra Teller Ornelas. Brent Cahwee is a regular contributor to the ICT Newscast. He and ICT editor-at-large Mark Trahant sat down to discuss and highlight some incredible Indigenous athletes. A Canadian cartoon series called "Lil' Glooscap and the Legend of Turtle Island" follows a young man who will one day become a great hero and warrior for his people. APTN's Angel Moore has the story.
  • Celebrating Pride Month
    Friday, June 10
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Vee Newton, Dine', is a hairstylist in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is celebrating June's Pride Month. Newton is an advocate and leader in the gay and drag communities. Angelique Albert, Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, is the CEO of the Native Forward Scholars Fund. She is explaining the organization's recent name change. It had been previously known as the American Indian Graduate Center. Jesse Short Bull, Oglala Lakota, is a director and documentarian. His latest project "Lakota Nation vs. United States" premieres June 11 at the Tribeca Film Festival. It dives into the history of the forced removal of the Lakota from the Black Hills.
  • Celebrating Pride Month
    Friday, June 10
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Vee Newton, Dine', is a hairstylist in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is celebrating June's Pride Month. Newton is an advocate and leader in the gay and drag communities. Angelique Albert, Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, is the CEO of the Native Forward Scholars Fund. She is explaining the organization's recent name change. It had been previously known as the American Indian Graduate Center. Jesse Short Bull, Oglala Lakota, is a director and documentarian. His latest project "Lakota Nation vs. United States" premieres June 11 at the Tribeca Film Festival. It dives into the history of the forced removal of the Lakota from the Black Hills.
  • Celebrating Pride Month
    Thursday, June 9
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Vee Newton, Dine', is a hairstylist in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is celebrating June's Pride Month. Newton is an advocate and leader in the gay and drag communities. Angelique Albert, Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, is the CEO of the Native Forward Scholars Fund. She is explaining the organization's recent name change. It had been previously known as the American Indian Graduate Center. Jesse Short Bull, Oglala Lakota, is a director and documentarian. His latest project "Lakota Nation vs. United States" premieres June 11 at the Tribeca Film Festival. It dives into the history of the forced removal of the Lakota from the Black Hills.
  • Fashion and Elections
    Thursday, June 9
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Primary elections were held in seven states on Tuesday. A number of those states included large Native populations and Native candidates. ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw joins us now to break it down. Shelia Tucker, YellowQuill Anishinaabe, is a fashion designer based in Phoenix. Her work has been featured on runways in Arizona, Los Angeles, and even in Paris for fashion week. This upcoming July, her work is expected to be showcased on a billboard in Times Square. America is at a crossroads, and the political divide has never been more profound. ICT regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro, Red Lake Nation, is back to talk politics.
  • Fashion and Elections
    Thursday, June 9
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Primary elections were held in seven states on Tuesday. A number of those states included large Native populations and Native candidates. ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw joins us now to break it down. Shelia Tucker, YellowQuill Anishinaabe, is a fashion designer based in Phoenix. Her work has been featured on runways in Arizona, Los Angeles, and even in Paris for fashion week. This upcoming July, her work is expected to be showcased on a billboard in Times Square. America is at a crossroads, and the political divide has never been more profound. ICT regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro, Red Lake Nation, is back to talk politics.
  • Fashion and Elections
    Wednesday, June 8
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Primary elections were held in seven states on Tuesday. A number of those states included large Native populations and Native candidates. ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw joins us now to break it down. Shelia Tucker, YellowQuill Anishinaabe, is a fashion designer based in Phoenix. Her work has been featured on runways in Arizona, Los Angeles, and even in Paris for fashion week. This upcoming July, her work is expected to be showcased on a billboard in Times Square. America is at a crossroads, and the political divide has never been more profound. ICT regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro, Red Lake Nation, is back to talk politics.
  • Bethany Yellowtail: 'know Your Worth'
    Wednesday, June 8
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bethany Yellowtail, Northern Cheyenne, is the designer and founder of LA-based apparel brands B.Yellowtail and B.Yellowtail Collective. She attended RES 2022 in Las Vegas. ICT Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye interviewed her about her latest projects. Mercedes Krause, Oglala Lakota, is running for Congress to represent Nevada's second congressional district. As primary day approaches, we learn about her platform and goals if elected. Brent Cahwee, Pawnee and Euchee, co-founded NDN Sports to cover Indigenous athletes. He's back on the ICT Newscast to share exciting players to watch for in women's softball and golf.
  • Bethany Yellowtail: 'know Your Worth'
    Wednesday, June 8
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Bethany Yellowtail, Northern Cheyenne, is the designer and founder of LA-based apparel brands B.Yellowtail and B.Yellowtail Collective. She attended RES 2022 in Las Vegas. ICT Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye interviewed her about her latest projects. Mercedes Krause, Oglala Lakota, is running for Congress to represent Nevada's second congressional district. As primary day approaches, we learn about her platform and goals if elected. Brent Cahwee, Pawnee and Euchee, co-founded NDN Sports to cover Indigenous athletes. He's back on the ICT Newscast to share exciting players to watch for in women's softball and golf.
  • Bethany Yellowtail: 'know Your Worth'
    Tuesday, June 7
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bethany Yellowtail, Northern Cheyenne, is the designer and founder of LA-based apparel brands B.Yellowtail and B.Yellowtail Collective. She attended RES 2022 in Las Vegas. ICT Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye interviewed her about her latest projects. Mercedes Krause, Oglala Lakota, is running for Congress to represent Nevada's second congressional district. As primary day approaches, we learn about her platform and goals if elected. Brent Cahwee, Pawnee and Euchee, co-founded NDN Sports to cover Indigenous athletes. He's back on the ICT Newscast to share exciting players to watch for in women's softball and golf.
  • Feds Streamline Tribal Funding
    Tuesday, June 7
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bryan Newland, Bay Mills Indian Community, is the assistant secretary of Indian Affairs at the Interior Department. He breaks down the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which sets aside $13 billion specifically for tribes and hundreds of billions more in other programs. This year's Bush Foundation awardee is Tashina Banks Rama, Oglala Lakota and Leech Lake Ojibwe. She's using her award to advance a Lakota worldview. As executive vice president of Red Cloud Indian School, she oversees a truth and healing initiative to address the generational harm caused by U.S. boarding school policies. We're in the middle of primary elections around the country. Some results are already in. ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw has the details.
  • Feds Streamline Tribal Funding
    Tuesday, June 7
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Bryan Newland, Bay Mills Indian Community, is the assistant secretary of Indian Affairs at the Interior Department. He breaks down the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which sets aside $13 billion specifically for tribes and hundreds of billions more in other programs. This year's Bush Foundation awardee is Tashina Banks Rama, Oglala Lakota and Leech Lake Ojibwe. She's using her award to advance a Lakota worldview. As executive vice president of Red Cloud Indian School, she oversees a truth and healing initiative to address the generational harm caused by U.S. boarding school policies. We're in the middle of primary elections around the country. Some results are already in. ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw has the details.
  • Feds Streamline Tribal Funding
    Monday, June 6
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bryan Newland, Bay Mills Indian Community, is the assistant secretary of Indian Affairs at the Interior Department. He breaks down the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which sets aside $13 billion specifically for tribes and hundreds of billions more in other programs. This year's Bush Foundation awardee is Tashina Banks Rama, Oglala Lakota and Leech Lake Ojibwe. She's using her award to advance a Lakota worldview. As executive vice president of Red Cloud Indian School, she oversees a truth and healing initiative to address the generational harm caused by U.S. boarding school policies. We're in the middle of primary elections around the country. Some results are already in. ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw has the details.
  • Looking Back on the Journey
    Monday, June 6
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A Minneapolis social service agency was founded in 1952. It will celebrate its 70th anniversary on Sept. 26. Louise Matson is the executive director of the Division of Indian Work. The ICT news crew was in Las Vegas last week for the Reservation Economic Summit. Aliyah Chavez has this interview. More than 4,000 people attended the RES 2022 conference. Sponsored by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, ICT staff had the pleasure of meeting many tribal leaders including young entrepreneurs. ICT's Shirley Sneve interviewed one of them. The Field Museum in Chicago opened a new permanent exhibit called "Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories." With over four years in the making, this interactive exhibit opens the door for Native people and their stories. Melina Chalkia has this report.
  • Looking Back on the Journey
    Monday, June 6
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A Minneapolis social service agency was founded in 1952. It will celebrate its 70th anniversary on Sept. 26. Louise Matson is the executive director of the Division of Indian Work. The ICT news crew was in Las Vegas last week for the Reservation Economic Summit. Aliyah Chavez has this interview. More than 4,000 people attended the RES 2022 conference. Sponsored by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, ICT staff had the pleasure of meeting many tribal leaders including young entrepreneurs. ICT's Shirley Sneve interviewed one of them. The Field Museum in Chicago opened a new permanent exhibit called "Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories." With over four years in the making, this interactive exhibit opens the door for Native people and their stories. Melina Chalkia has this report.
  • Looking Back on the Journey
    Friday, June 3
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A Minneapolis social service agency was founded in 1952. It will celebrate its 70th anniversary on Sept. 26. Louise Matson is the executive director of the Division of Indian Work. The ICT news crew was in Las Vegas last week for the Reservation Economic Summit. Aliyah Chavez has this interview. More than 4,000 people attended the RES 2022 conference. Sponsored by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, ICT staff had the pleasure of meeting many tribal leaders including young entrepreneurs. ICT's Shirley Sneve interviewed one of them. The Field Museum in Chicago opened a new permanent exhibit called "Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories." With over four years in the making, this interactive exhibit opens the door for Native people and their stories. Melina Chalkia has this report.
  • 'rutherford Falls' Returns This Month
    Friday, June 3
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chairman John L. Lowery, Lumbee, leads the efforts on a new opportunity in his tribe of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The new department will direct farming, natural resources, conservation, and food sovereignty programs. Sierra Teller Ornelas, Navajo and the executive producer of the NBC series, "Rutherford Falls", says season two will be launching on June 16 on the streaming service Peacock. ICT Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye caught up with her at RES 2022 for some insights. The federal government is suing the state of Alaska over fish openings on the Kuskokwim River. ICT's Joaqlin Estus joins us to talk about it.
  • 'rutherford Falls' Returns This Month
    Friday, June 3
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Chairman John L. Lowery, Lumbee, leads the efforts on a new opportunity in his tribe of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The new department will direct farming, natural resources, conservation, and food sovereignty programs. Sierra Teller Ornelas, Navajo and the executive producer of the NBC series, "Rutherford Falls", says season two will be launching on June 16 on the streaming service Peacock. ICT Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye caught up with her at RES 2022 for some insights. The federal government is suing the state of Alaska over fish openings on the Kuskokwim River. ICT's Joaqlin Estus joins us to talk about it.
  • 'rutherford Falls' Returns This Month
    Thursday, June 2
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chairman John L. Lowery, Lumbee, leads the efforts on a new opportunity in his tribe of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The new department will direct farming, natural resources, conservation, and food sovereignty programs. Sierra Teller Ornelas, Navajo and the executive producer of the NBC series, "Rutherford Falls", says season two will be launching on June 16 on the streaming service Peacock. ICT Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye caught up with her at RES 2022 for some insights. The federal government is suing the state of Alaska over fish openings on the Kuskokwim River. ICT's Joaqlin Estus joins us to talk about it.
  • Celebrating 70 Years
    Thursday, June 2
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Louise Matson, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, is the executive director of the Division of Indian Work, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this fall. They were founded in 1952, and It's a mainstay in Minneapolis that provides services for Indigenous families and individuals. Chanae Bullock, Shinnecock, and Montauk, is the managing director of the tribe's cannabis business, Little Beach Harvest. ICT interviewed her at the RES 2022 in Las Vegas. Shirley Sneve has this insight into how the tribe's business is going. The House Judiciary Committee is taking up wide-ranging gun control legislation after several mass shootings in the U.S., including at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, where 19 children and two teachers were killed. Regular political contributor John Tahsuda joins the ICT newscast to break this down.
  • Celebrating 70 Years
    Thursday, June 2
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Louise Matson, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, is the executive director of the Division of Indian Work, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this fall. They were founded in 1952, and It's a mainstay in Minneapolis that provides services for Indigenous families and individuals. Chanae Bullock, Shinnecock, and Montauk, is the managing director of the tribe's cannabis business, Little Beach Harvest. ICT interviewed her at the RES 2022 in Las Vegas. Shirley Sneve has this insight into how the tribe's business is going. The House Judiciary Committee is taking up wide-ranging gun control legislation after several mass shootings in the U.S., including at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, where 19 children and two teachers were killed. Regular political contributor John Tahsuda joins the ICT newscast to break this down.
  • Celebrating 70 Years
    Wednesday, June 1
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Louise Matson, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, is the executive director of the Division of Indian Work, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this fall. They were founded in 1952, and It's a mainstay in Minneapolis that provides services for Indigenous families and individuals. Chanae Bullock, Shinnecock, and Montauk, is the managing director of the tribe's cannabis business, Little Beach Harvest. ICT interviewed her at the RES 2022 in Las Vegas. Shirley Sneve has this insight into how the tribe's business is going. The House Judiciary Committee is taking up wide-ranging gun control legislation after several mass shootings in the U.S., including at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, where 19 children and two teachers were killed. Regular political contributor John Tahsuda joins the ICT newscast to break this down.
  • Planning for Our Future
    Wednesday, June 1
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chase Comes At Night, Blackfeet, recently won RES 2022 business plan competition with his business Innovative Indigenous Greens. The goal is to improve the quality of life across Indigenous communities by promoting wellness through a horticultural approach. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview. Indian Country Today Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye joins us today to give us her reflections on our week at RES 2022. Dr. Frank Animikwam, Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, is the medical director for the tribe's health clinic. He has a new campaign to bring culturally appropriate information about COVID-19 vaccines to Indigenous communities. It is called "care for us, by us. " The Inter-tribal council of Michigan leads the campaign.
  • Planning for Our Future
    Wednesday, June 1
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Chase Comes At Night, Blackfeet, recently won RES 2022 business plan competition with his business Innovative Indigenous Greens. The goal is to improve the quality of life across Indigenous communities by promoting wellness through a horticultural approach. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview. Indian Country Today Editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye joins us today to give us her reflections on our week at RES 2022. Dr. Frank Animikwam, Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, is the medical director for the tribe's health clinic. He has a new campaign to bring culturally appropriate information about COVID-19 vaccines to Indigenous communities. It is called "care for us, by us. " The Inter-tribal council of Michigan leads the campaign.