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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.

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  • Native Ball Player Honored
    Wednesday, September 21
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tribal relations in Minnesota just got a boost from the state government. Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, White Earth Nation, announced the promotion of Patina Park to executive director of Tribal State Relations. Baseball fans might know the name Louis Sockalexis but he remains largely unknown to most people. In 1897, he joined the Cleveland team that was called the Spiders at the time. His story will be told on ESPN when it broadcasts "Deerfoot of the Diamond," on Sept. 27. There's a new CEO in charge of the Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation. It's just the second week of work for Whitney Rencountre but he's no stranger to the sculpture being carved, or the mission.
  • Native Ball Player Honored
    Wednesday, September 21
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Tribal relations in Minnesota just got a boost from the state government. Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, White Earth Nation, announced the promotion of Patina Park to executive director of Tribal State Relations. Baseball fans might know the name Louis Sockalexis but he remains largely unknown to most people. In 1897, he joined the Cleveland team that was called the Spiders at the time. His story will be told on ESPN when it broadcasts "Deerfoot of the Diamond," on Sept. 27. There's a new CEO in charge of the Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation. It's just the second week of work for Whitney Rencountre but he's no stranger to the sculpture being carved, or the mission.
  • Native Ball Player Honored
    Tuesday, September 20
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tribal relations in Minnesota just got a boost from the state government. Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, White Earth Nation, announced the promotion of Patina Park to executive director of Tribal State Relations. Baseball fans might know the name Louis Sockalexis but he remains largely unknown to most people. In 1897, he joined the Cleveland team that was called the Spiders at the time. His story will be told on ESPN when it broadcasts "Deerfoot of the Diamond," on Sept. 27. There's a new CEO in charge of the Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation. It's just the second week of work for Whitney Rencountre but he's no stranger to the sculpture being carved, or the mission.
  • Oceti Sakowin School Opens
    Tuesday, September 20
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This is the third week of classes at the Oceti Sakowin Community Academy in Rapid City, South Dakota. It is a partnership between NDN Collective and the NACA Inspired Schools Network. Mary Bowman is one of the founders. Leaders from the Native American Journalists Association met in Phoenix last month and unveiled a new logo. The 39-year-old organization started as the Native American Press Association. And now the name of the organization could change again. Francine Compton is the president of the organization. The National Indian Health Board is celebrating its 50th anniversary next week at its annual National Tribal Health Conference in Washington, D.C. Stacy Bohlen is its CEO.
  • Oceti Sakowin School Opens
    Tuesday, September 20
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This is the third week of classes at the Oceti Sakowin Community Academy in Rapid City, South Dakota. It is a partnership between NDN Collective and the NACA Inspired Schools Network. Mary Bowman is one of the founders. Leaders from the Native American Journalists Association met in Phoenix last month and unveiled a new logo. The 39-year-old organization started as the Native American Press Association. And now the name of the organization could change again. Francine Compton is the president of the organization. The National Indian Health Board is celebrating its 50th anniversary next week at its annual National Tribal Health Conference in Washington, D.C. Stacy Bohlen is its CEO.
  • Oceti Sakowin School Opens
    Monday, September 19
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This is the third week of classes at the Oceti Sakowin Community Academy in Rapid City, South Dakota. It is a partnership between NDN Collective and the NACA Inspired Schools Network. Mary Bowman is one of the founders. Leaders from the Native American Journalists Association met in Phoenix last month and unveiled a new logo. The 39-year-old organization started as the Native American Press Association. And now the name of the organization could change again. Francine Compton is the president of the organization. The National Indian Health Board is celebrating its 50th anniversary next week at its annual National Tribal Health Conference in Washington, D.C. Stacy Bohlen is its CEO.
  • Native Stories In Books and Movies
    Monday, September 19
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    "Returning Home" is a new book about the Intermountain Indian School in Utah. It features artwork and poetry from the students. Farina King is an associate professor of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma - and is one of three authors. The Toronto International Film Festival wraps up this weekend. ICT's special correspondent Miles Morriseau was there for opening night. We hear Buffy Sainte-Marie's comments on the Doctrine of Discovery. Ku Stevens is honoring his great-grandfather once again in his second annual remembrance run. The run's purpose is to honor the children who survived boarding schools, as well as the children who never returned home. ICT's Sierra Alvarez has the story. Alvarez, is an intern this semester for the ICT Newscast, along with Pacey Smith-Garcia. He brings us this story of Young Inuit people who are learning ways to uphold their traditions. Telling stories is what Ramona Emerson usually does with video, but this time she's written a novel. "Shutter" is described as a blood-chilling, thriller and a supernatural horror all based near the Navajo Nation in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A new documentary film, "For Walter and Josiah," focuses on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana. With September being National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, ICT senior correspondent Patty Talahongva spoke to the executive producer, Dana Hewankorn. She talked about the 22 citizens who died by suicide in 2017, which her film is based on.
  • Native Stories In Books and Movies
    Monday, September 19
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    "Returning Home" is a new book about the Intermountain Indian School in Utah. It features artwork and poetry from the students. Farina King is an associate professor of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma - and is one of three authors. The Toronto International Film Festival wraps up this weekend. ICT's special correspondent Miles Morriseau was there for opening night. We hear Buffy Sainte-Marie's comments on the Doctrine of Discovery. Ku Stevens is honoring his great-grandfather once again in his second annual remembrance run. The run's purpose is to honor the children who survived boarding schools, as well as the children who never returned home. ICT's Sierra Alvarez has the story. Alvarez, is an intern this semester for the ICT Newscast, along with Pacey Smith-Garcia. He brings us this story of Young Inuit people who are learning ways to uphold their traditions. Telling stories is what Ramona Emerson usually does with video, but this time she's written a novel. "Shutter" is described as a blood-chilling, thriller and a supernatural horror all based near the Navajo Nation in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A new documentary film, "For Walter and Josiah," focuses on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana. With September being National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, ICT senior correspondent Patty Talahongva spoke to the executive producer, Dana Hewankorn. She talked about the 22 citizens who died by suicide in 2017, which her film is based on.
  • Native Stories In Books and Movies
    Friday, September 16
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    "Returning Home" is a new book about the Intermountain Indian School in Utah. It features artwork and poetry from the students. Farina King is an associate professor of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma - and is one of three authors. The Toronto International Film Festival wraps up this weekend. ICT's special correspondent Miles Morriseau was there for opening night. We hear Buffy Sainte-Marie's comments on the Doctrine of Discovery. Ku Stevens is honoring his great-grandfather once again in his second annual remembrance run. The run's purpose is to honor the children who survived boarding schools, as well as the children who never returned home. ICT's Sierra Alvarez has the story. Alvarez, is an intern this semester for the ICT Newscast, along with Pacey Smith-Garcia. He brings us this story of Young Inuit people who are learning ways to uphold their traditions. Telling stories is what Ramona Emerson usually does with video, but this time she's written a novel. "Shutter" is described as a blood-chilling, thriller and a supernatural horror all based near the Navajo Nation in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A new documentary film, "For Walter and Josiah," focuses on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana. With September being National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, ICT senior correspondent Patty Talahongva spoke to the executive producer, Dana Hewankorn. She talked about the 22 citizens who died by suicide in 2017, which her film is based on.
  • An Overdue Apology
    Friday, September 16
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This weekend the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is hosting an event called "An Evening with Sacheen Littlefeather" to honor her life's work. This comes after the Academy's apology to Littlefeather decades after she refused an Oscar award on behalf of actor Marlon Brando. ICT's Senior Editor Dianna Hunt has this interview. Each year the Aquarium of the Pacific celebrates and honors the relationship between tribes along California's coast and their connection to the ocean. The annual Moompetam Festival will be held this weekend. The name translates to People of the Ocean. Cindi Alvitre, co-founder, Ti'at Society and Traditional Council Of Pimu tells us more. Newly-crowned Miss Navajo Valentina Clitso won several awards last weekend, including best butcherer, best traditional food, best essay and best skill. She joins the ICT Newscast in our Phoenix studio.
  • An Overdue Apology
    Friday, September 16
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This weekend the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is hosting an event called "An Evening with Sacheen Littlefeather" to honor her life's work. This comes after the Academy's apology to Littlefeather decades after she refused an Oscar award on behalf of actor Marlon Brando. ICT's Senior Editor Dianna Hunt has this interview. Each year the Aquarium of the Pacific celebrates and honors the relationship between tribes along California's coast and their connection to the ocean. The annual Moompetam Festival will be held this weekend. The name translates to People of the Ocean. Cindi Alvitre, co-founder, Ti'at Society and Traditional Council Of Pimu tells us more. Newly-crowned Miss Navajo Valentina Clitso won several awards last weekend, including best butcherer, best traditional food, best essay and best skill. She joins the ICT Newscast in our Phoenix studio.
  • An Overdue Apology
    Thursday, September 15
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This weekend the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is hosting an event called "An Evening with Sacheen Littlefeather" to honor her life's work. This comes after the Academy's apology to Littlefeather decades after she refused an Oscar award on behalf of actor Marlon Brando. ICT's Senior Editor Dianna Hunt has this interview. Each year the Aquarium of the Pacific celebrates and honors the relationship between tribes along California's coast and their connection to the ocean. The annual Moompetam Festival will be held this weekend. The name translates to People of the Ocean. Cindi Alvitre, co-founder, Ti'at Society and Traditional Council Of Pimu tells us more. Newly-crowned Miss Navajo Valentina Clitso won several awards last weekend, including best butcherer, best traditional food, best essay and best skill. She joins the ICT Newscast in our Phoenix studio.
  • Voting Rights on the Table
    Thursday, September 15
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It wasn't until the passage of the Snyder Act in 1924 that Native Americans were granted the right to vote. Nearly 100 years later, Indigenous people still face many obstacles to fully participating in elections. Derrick Beetso is the Director of Indian Gaming and Self-Governance at Arizona State University's law school, and a board member of ICT's parent company, IndiJ Public Media. National Voter Registration Day is Sept. 20. This national campaign helps voters register, update their information and understand the voting process. With November's midterm elections around the corner, there are some steps to make it an easy election day. Alexander Castillo-Nunez is the civic engagement coordinator with the Intertribal Council of Arizona. It has been a busy week in Washington, D.C. with Native women making history left and right. ICT regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro joins us from the nation's capital.
  • Voting Rights on the Table
    Thursday, September 15
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    It wasn't until the passage of the Snyder Act in 1924 that Native Americans were granted the right to vote. Nearly 100 years later, Indigenous people still face many obstacles to fully participating in elections. Derrick Beetso is the Director of Indian Gaming and Self-Governance at Arizona State University's law school, and a board member of ICT's parent company, IndiJ Public Media. National Voter Registration Day is Sept. 20. This national campaign helps voters register, update their information and understand the voting process. With November's midterm elections around the corner, there are some steps to make it an easy election day. Alexander Castillo-Nunez is the civic engagement coordinator with the Intertribal Council of Arizona. It has been a busy week in Washington, D.C. with Native women making history left and right. ICT regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro joins us from the nation's capital.
  • Voting Rights on the Table
    Wednesday, September 14
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It wasn't until the passage of the Snyder Act in 1924 that Native Americans were granted the right to vote. Nearly 100 years later, Indigenous people still face many obstacles to fully participating in elections. Derrick Beetso is the Director of Indian Gaming and Self-Governance at Arizona State University's law school, and a board member of ICT's parent company, IndiJ Public Media. National Voter Registration Day is Sept. 20. This national campaign helps voters register, update their information and understand the voting process. With November's midterm elections around the corner, there are some steps to make it an easy election day. Alexander Castillo-Nunez is the civic engagement coordinator with the Intertribal Council of Arizona. It has been a busy week in Washington, D.C. with Native women making history left and right. ICT regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro joins us from the nation's capital.
  • Books By Dine' Women
    Wednesday, September 14
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    "Returning Home" is a new book about the Intermountain Indian School in Utah. It was the largest federal boarding school that operated between 1950 and 1984. One of the authors, Farina King, is an associate professor of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma The United States officially has a new treasurer. Lynn Malerba, Chief of the Mohegan Tribe, was sworn in Monday and on Tuesday, Mary Peltola will be sworn in as a Congress member representing Alaska. ICT's political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw shares the latest. Telling stories is what Ramona Emerson usually does with her video camera. She has made several documentary films but this time she has put down her camera and has picked up her laptop. Ramona is Navajo and has just released her first novel. "Shutter," is described as a blood-chilling, thriller and a supernatural horror all based near the Navajo Nation.
  • Books By Dine' Women
    Wednesday, September 14
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    "Returning Home" is a new book about the Intermountain Indian School in Utah. It was the largest federal boarding school that operated between 1950 and 1984. One of the authors, Farina King, is an associate professor of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma The United States officially has a new treasurer. Lynn Malerba, Chief of the Mohegan Tribe, was sworn in Monday and on Tuesday, Mary Peltola will be sworn in as a Congress member representing Alaska. ICT's political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw shares the latest. Telling stories is what Ramona Emerson usually does with her video camera. She has made several documentary films but this time she has put down her camera and has picked up her laptop. Ramona is Navajo and has just released her first novel. "Shutter," is described as a blood-chilling, thriller and a supernatural horror all based near the Navajo Nation.
  • Books By Dine' Women
    Tuesday, September 13
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    "Returning Home" is a new book about the Intermountain Indian School in Utah. It was the largest federal boarding school that operated between 1950 and 1984. One of the authors, Farina King, is an associate professor of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma The United States officially has a new treasurer. Lynn Malerba, Chief of the Mohegan Tribe, was sworn in Monday and on Tuesday, Mary Peltola will be sworn in as a Congress member representing Alaska. ICT's political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw shares the latest. Telling stories is what Ramona Emerson usually does with her video camera. She has made several documentary films but this time she has put down her camera and has picked up her laptop. Ramona is Navajo and has just released her first novel. "Shutter," is described as a blood-chilling, thriller and a supernatural horror all based near the Navajo Nation.
  • Native Documentary Looks at Suicide
    Tuesday, September 13
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A new study finds that the main obstacle for Native students to complete college is affordability. The study was a collaboration between the nation's four Native scholarship providers. The CEO of the Native Forward Scholars Fund is Angelique Albert. Miles Morrisseau brings ICT news from Canada. He brought us first-hand accounts from the Pope's visit this summer and we've asked him to tell us from the First Nations perspective, what we need to know: From Canada's premiere film festival and what the death of a queen means to First Nations. The documentary, "For Walter and Josiah," puts the spotlight on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana because of a very alarming statistic. On the Flathead reservation, 22 citizens died by suicide in 2017. ICT's senior correspondent, Patty Talahongva, spoke to the producer, Dana Hewankorn.
  • Native Documentary Looks at Suicide
    Tuesday, September 13
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A new study finds that the main obstacle for Native students to complete college is affordability. The study was a collaboration between the nation's four Native scholarship providers. The CEO of the Native Forward Scholars Fund is Angelique Albert. Miles Morrisseau brings ICT news from Canada. He brought us first-hand accounts from the Pope's visit this summer and we've asked him to tell us from the First Nations perspective, what we need to know: From Canada's premiere film festival and what the death of a queen means to First Nations. The documentary, "For Walter and Josiah," puts the spotlight on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana because of a very alarming statistic. On the Flathead reservation, 22 citizens died by suicide in 2017. ICT's senior correspondent, Patty Talahongva, spoke to the producer, Dana Hewankorn.
  • Native Documentary Looks at Suicide
    Monday, September 12
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A new study finds that the main obstacle for Native students to complete college is affordability. The study was a collaboration between the nation's four Native scholarship providers. The CEO of the Native Forward Scholars Fund is Angelique Albert. Miles Morrisseau brings ICT news from Canada. He brought us first-hand accounts from the Pope's visit this summer and we've asked him to tell us from the First Nations perspective, what we need to know: From Canada's premiere film festival and what the death of a queen means to First Nations. The documentary, "For Walter and Josiah," puts the spotlight on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana because of a very alarming statistic. On the Flathead reservation, 22 citizens died by suicide in 2017. ICT's senior correspondent, Patty Talahongva, spoke to the producer, Dana Hewankorn.
  • Sovereignty and Jurisdiction
    Monday, September 12
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Mary Peltola is set to fill the late U.S. Rep. Don Young's term in the U.S. Congress. She is the first Alaska Native to serve. ICT's McKenzie Allen-Charmley talked with her earlier this summer. The bison defined a way of life for many tribes across the country. Every part of the animal was used for clothing, tools, even the bladder carried water for the Plains people. The buffalo horn was used for a spoon. Now, Kevin Pourier has elevated the humble spoon to an incredible piece of fine art. In Canada, preparations have begun for the country's second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Also known as Orange Shirt Day, the day recognizes the legacy of the Canadian residential school system. APTN's Fraser Needham has the story. In May 2020, the Supreme Court's McGirt decision ruled that the Creek Nation continues to have reservation status throughout Eastern Oklahoma. It means that the state could not try a Muscogee citizen for crimes within that part of the state. The tribe retains jurisdiction. ICT's Mark Trahant talked to law professor Robert Miller about the case. Summer is coming to a close, and to say a fond farewell, let's take a look at the Kettle and Stony Point First Nation's powwow from ICT's Miles Morriseau.
  • Sovereignty and Jurisdiction
    Monday, September 12
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Mary Peltola is set to fill the late U.S. Rep. Don Young's term in the U.S. Congress. She is the first Alaska Native to serve. ICT's McKenzie Allen-Charmley talked with her earlier this summer. The bison defined a way of life for many tribes across the country. Every part of the animal was used for clothing, tools, even the bladder carried water for the Plains people. The buffalo horn was used for a spoon. Now, Kevin Pourier has elevated the humble spoon to an incredible piece of fine art. In Canada, preparations have begun for the country's second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Also known as Orange Shirt Day, the day recognizes the legacy of the Canadian residential school system. APTN's Fraser Needham has the story. In May 2020, the Supreme Court's McGirt decision ruled that the Creek Nation continues to have reservation status throughout Eastern Oklahoma. It means that the state could not try a Muscogee citizen for crimes within that part of the state. The tribe retains jurisdiction. ICT's Mark Trahant talked to law professor Robert Miller about the case. Summer is coming to a close, and to say a fond farewell, let's take a look at the Kettle and Stony Point First Nation's powwow from ICT's Miles Morriseau.
  • Sovereignty and Jurisdiction
    Friday, September 9
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Mary Peltola is set to fill the late U.S. Rep. Don Young's term in the U.S. Congress. She is the first Alaska Native to serve. ICT's McKenzie Allen-Charmley talked with her earlier this summer. The bison defined a way of life for many tribes across the country. Every part of the animal was used for clothing, tools, even the bladder carried water for the Plains people. The buffalo horn was used for a spoon. Now, Kevin Pourier has elevated the humble spoon to an incredible piece of fine art. In Canada, preparations have begun for the country's second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Also known as Orange Shirt Day, the day recognizes the legacy of the Canadian residential school system. APTN's Fraser Needham has the story. In May 2020, the Supreme Court's McGirt decision ruled that the Creek Nation continues to have reservation status throughout Eastern Oklahoma. It means that the state could not try a Muscogee citizen for crimes within that part of the state. The tribe retains jurisdiction. ICT's Mark Trahant talked to law professor Robert Miller about the case. Summer is coming to a close, and to say a fond farewell, let's take a look at the Kettle and Stony Point First Nation's powwow from ICT's Miles Morriseau.
  • Back-To-School Advice
    Friday, September 9
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It's back to school time for parents and children and while it's important to get school supplies and new clothes, it's also important to get health checkups for your children. Dr. Claire Nechiporenko is a pediatrician and works with the Indian Health Service in Phoenix. Leaders of any city, state and tribe talk about the importance of economic development in growing their communities. That's the heart of the work of the Native American Development Corporation. This group serves Native businesses in Montana, Wyoming, North and South Dakota. Leonard Smith is the chief executive officer. ICT is collaborating with Reveal News to take a look at how one community in Indian Country is navigating its boarding school history. ICT's National Correspondent Mary Annette Pember is the lead reporter.
  • Back-To-School Advice
    Friday, September 9
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    It's back to school time for parents and children and while it's important to get school supplies and new clothes, it's also important to get health checkups for your children. Dr. Claire Nechiporenko is a pediatrician and works with the Indian Health Service in Phoenix. Leaders of any city, state and tribe talk about the importance of economic development in growing their communities. That's the heart of the work of the Native American Development Corporation. This group serves Native businesses in Montana, Wyoming, North and South Dakota. Leonard Smith is the chief executive officer. ICT is collaborating with Reveal News to take a look at how one community in Indian Country is navigating its boarding school history. ICT's National Correspondent Mary Annette Pember is the lead reporter.
  • Back-To-School Advice
    Thursday, September 8
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It's back to school time for parents and children and while it's important to get school supplies and new clothes, it's also important to get health checkups for your children. Dr. Claire Nechiporenko is a pediatrician and works with the Indian Health Service in Phoenix. Leaders of any city, state and tribe talk about the importance of economic development in growing their communities. That's the heart of the work of the Native American Development Corporation. This group serves Native businesses in Montana, Wyoming, North and South Dakota. Leonard Smith is the chief executive officer. ICT is collaborating with Reveal News to take a look at how one community in Indian Country is navigating its boarding school history. ICT's National Correspondent Mary Annette Pember is the lead reporter.
  • 'spirit Rangers' Set to Stream
    Thursday, September 8
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In 2020 Netflix announced a new all-Native fantasy-adventure series called "Spirit Rangers." The animated show is finally set to be released in October. Karissa Valencia is the creator of the project and previews the adventures. It is the traditional role of the Karuk women to manage the forest lands around their villages. This included conducting controlled burns to keep the forest healthy and strong. Once colonizers arrived, this practice was outlawed for 100 years which meant the women could no longer take care of the forests. Karuk women Aja Conrad and Vikki Preston explain. Mainstream media paid little attention to representative-elect Mary Peltola before she won Alaska's special election last week. However, after she won the race with over 50 percent of the vote, many people listened. Joining us to comment on the role rank choice voting is John Tahsuda. He's an ICT regular contributor and partner with Navigators Global.
  • 'spirit Rangers' Set to Stream
    Thursday, September 8
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In 2020 Netflix announced a new all-Native fantasy-adventure series called "Spirit Rangers." The animated show is finally set to be released in October. Karissa Valencia is the creator of the project and previews the adventures. It is the traditional role of the Karuk women to manage the forest lands around their villages. This included conducting controlled burns to keep the forest healthy and strong. Once colonizers arrived, this practice was outlawed for 100 years which meant the women could no longer take care of the forests. Karuk women Aja Conrad and Vikki Preston explain. Mainstream media paid little attention to representative-elect Mary Peltola before she won Alaska's special election last week. However, after she won the race with over 50 percent of the vote, many people listened. Joining us to comment on the role rank choice voting is John Tahsuda. He's an ICT regular contributor and partner with Navigators Global.
  • 'spirit Rangers' Set to Stream
    Wednesday, September 7
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In 2020 Netflix announced a new all-Native fantasy-adventure series called "Spirit Rangers." The animated show is finally set to be released in October. Karissa Valencia is the creator of the project and previews the adventures. It is the traditional role of the Karuk women to manage the forest lands around their villages. This included conducting controlled burns to keep the forest healthy and strong. Once colonizers arrived, this practice was outlawed for 100 years which meant the women could no longer take care of the forests. Karuk women Aja Conrad and Vikki Preston explain. Mainstream media paid little attention to representative-elect Mary Peltola before she won Alaska's special election last week. However, after she won the race with over 50 percent of the vote, many people listened. Joining us to comment on the role rank choice voting is John Tahsuda. He's an ICT regular contributor and partner with Navigators Global.
  • Urban Natives to Meet
    Wednesday, September 7
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In 1952, the federal Urban Relocation Program, moved thousands of Native people from their tribal lands into cities. Today, census data shows 70 percent of Indigenous people live away from their communities. Cheryl Kary, executive director of the Sacred Pipe Resource Center, tells us about the upcoming Urban Tribal Forum. The National Native American Hall of Fame will induct nine outstanding Native Americans into its body on Nov. 5. These people have made major contributions in the fields of government, law, publishing, sports and entertainment. James Parker Shield established the award in 2016. Mary Peltola is going to Washington D.C. Last week's victory in a special election makes her the first Democrat in nearly half a century to represent Alaska in the House. Her run was history-making, prevailing over former Gov. Sarah Palin. ICT National Correspondent Joaqlin Estus has more.
  • Urban Natives to Meet
    Wednesday, September 7
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In 1952, the federal Urban Relocation Program, moved thousands of Native people from their tribal lands into cities. Today, census data shows 70 percent of Indigenous people live away from their communities. Cheryl Kary, executive director of the Sacred Pipe Resource Center, tells us about the upcoming Urban Tribal Forum. The National Native American Hall of Fame will induct nine outstanding Native Americans into its body on Nov. 5. These people have made major contributions in the fields of government, law, publishing, sports and entertainment. James Parker Shield established the award in 2016. Mary Peltola is going to Washington D.C. Last week's victory in a special election makes her the first Democrat in nearly half a century to represent Alaska in the House. Her run was history-making, prevailing over former Gov. Sarah Palin. ICT National Correspondent Joaqlin Estus has more.
  • Urban Natives to Meet
    Tuesday, September 6
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In 1952, the federal Urban Relocation Program, moved thousands of Native people from their tribal lands into cities. Today, census data shows 70 percent of Indigenous people live away from their communities. Cheryl Kary, executive director of the Sacred Pipe Resource Center, tells us about the upcoming Urban Tribal Forum. The National Native American Hall of Fame will induct nine outstanding Native Americans into its body on Nov. 5. These people have made major contributions in the fields of government, law, publishing, sports and entertainment. James Parker Shield established the award in 2016. Mary Peltola is going to Washington D.C. Last week's victory in a special election makes her the first Democrat in nearly half a century to represent Alaska in the House. Her run was history-making, prevailing over former Gov. Sarah Palin. ICT National Correspondent Joaqlin Estus has more.
  • Indigenous Women Excel
    Tuesday, September 6
    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, September 6
    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, September 5
    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.
  • Returning to School
    Monday, September 5
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    There is excitement in the air as summer comes to an end and school starts again. A Santa Domingo educator tells us what students and teachers can expect this school year. Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma has a new, history-making athletic director. Tera Cuny-Baker is the first woman to hold that position at the school. It's not the first time she's made history - Oglala Lakota College retired her jersey after she scored over 1,000 points in her collegiate career. Indigenous organizers are finding innovative ways to reach voters. ICT's Carina Dominguez has the story. A leader in Indigenous medicine is headed to Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Don Warne will serve as the provost fellow for Indigenous Policy - and co-director of the Center for American Indian Health. He's leaving the University of North Dakota, where he was a professor and chair of Indigenous Health, associate dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, director of the Public Health Program, and co-director of InMED-Indians into Medicine. Native nations have marked the passing of time in a variety of ways. For the Hopi people, the seasons are tied to the agricultural cycle, as well as ceremonies. The Natwani Coalition is a non-profit organization located on Hopi in northern Arizona. Its mission is to "strengthen Hopi agriculture and food systems." Kyle Nutumya talks about the cycle of life for the Hopi. It revolves around corn - a sacred plant for the people. As the season changes, another event that many folks look forward to in August is Indian Market in Santa Fe. It's a production of the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts. And they celebrated its Centennial Anniversary this year. Jeremy Felipe brings us this report.
  • Returning to School
    Monday, September 5
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    There is excitement in the air as summer comes to an end and school starts again. A Santa Domingo educator tells us what students and teachers can expect this school year. Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma has a new, history-making athletic director. Tera Cuny-Baker is the first woman to hold that position at the school. It's not the first time she's made history - Oglala Lakota College retired her jersey after she scored over 1,000 points in her collegiate career. Indigenous organizers are finding innovative ways to reach voters. ICT's Carina Dominguez has the story. A leader in Indigenous medicine is headed to Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Don Warne will serve as the provost fellow for Indigenous Policy - and co-director of the Center for American Indian Health. He's leaving the University of North Dakota, where he was a professor and chair of Indigenous Health, associate dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, director of the Public Health Program, and co-director of InMED-Indians into Medicine. Native nations have marked the passing of time in a variety of ways. For the Hopi people, the seasons are tied to the agricultural cycle, as well as ceremonies. The Natwani Coalition is a non-profit organization located on Hopi in northern Arizona. Its mission is to "strengthen Hopi agriculture and food systems." Kyle Nutumya talks about the cycle of life for the Hopi. It revolves around corn - a sacred plant for the people. As the season changes, another event that many folks look forward to in August is Indian Market in Santa Fe. It's a production of the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts. And they celebrated its Centennial Anniversary this year. Jeremy Felipe brings us this report.
  • Returning to School
    Friday, September 2
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    There is excitement in the air as summer comes to an end and school starts again. A Santa Domingo educator tells us what students and teachers can expect this school year. Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma has a new, history-making athletic director. Tera Cuny-Baker is the first woman to hold that position at the school. It's not the first time she's made history - Oglala Lakota College retired her jersey after she scored over 1,000 points in her collegiate career. Indigenous organizers are finding innovative ways to reach voters. ICT's Carina Dominguez has the story. A leader in Indigenous medicine is headed to Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Don Warne will serve as the provost fellow for Indigenous Policy - and co-director of the Center for American Indian Health. He's leaving the University of North Dakota, where he was a professor and chair of Indigenous Health, associate dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, director of the Public Health Program, and co-director of InMED-Indians into Medicine. Native nations have marked the passing of time in a variety of ways. For the Hopi people, the seasons are tied to the agricultural cycle, as well as ceremonies. The Natwani Coalition is a non-profit organization located on Hopi in northern Arizona. Its mission is to "strengthen Hopi agriculture and food systems." Kyle Nutumya talks about the cycle of life for the Hopi. It revolves around corn - a sacred plant for the people. As the season changes, another event that many folks look forward to in August is Indian Market in Santa Fe. It's a production of the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts. And they celebrated its Centennial Anniversary this year. Jeremy Felipe brings us this report.
  • Economic Sovereignty
    Friday, September 2
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Supreme Court ruled in May 2020 that the Creek Nation continued to have its reservation status throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Known as the McGirt decision, it means that the state could not try a Muscogee citizen for crimes within that part of the state. The state of Oklahoma predicted chaos as a result of this decision. But that has not been the case and there is growing evidence that the tribes and local jurisdictions are finding new ways to work together. ICT's Mark Trahant talked to Professor Robert Miller about the case, the economic impact, and what's ahead. This week the Minnesota Historical Society announced the digital repatriation of the Gilbert L. Wilson Collections to the Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara Nation in North Dakota. MHA citizen and president of her nation's college, Twyla Baker was part of the team helping to recover the items. The Bison defined a way of life for many tribes across the country. The Oglala Lakota in present day South Dakota consider the animal to be sacred. Every part of the animal was used for clothing, tools, even the bladder carried water for the Plains Indians. The buffalo horn was used for a spoon. Now Kevin Pourier has elevated the humble spoon to an incredible piece of fine art.
  • Economic Sovereignty
    Friday, September 2
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The Supreme Court ruled in May 2020 that the Creek Nation continued to have its reservation status throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Known as the McGirt decision, it means that the state could not try a Muscogee citizen for crimes within that part of the state. The state of Oklahoma predicted chaos as a result of this decision. But that has not been the case and there is growing evidence that the tribes and local jurisdictions are finding new ways to work together. ICT's Mark Trahant talked to Professor Robert Miller about the case, the economic impact, and what's ahead. This week the Minnesota Historical Society announced the digital repatriation of the Gilbert L. Wilson Collections to the Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara Nation in North Dakota. MHA citizen and president of her nation's college, Twyla Baker was part of the team helping to recover the items. The Bison defined a way of life for many tribes across the country. The Oglala Lakota in present day South Dakota consider the animal to be sacred. Every part of the animal was used for clothing, tools, even the bladder carried water for the Plains Indians. The buffalo horn was used for a spoon. Now Kevin Pourier has elevated the humble spoon to an incredible piece of fine art.
  • Economic Sovereignty
    Thursday, September 1
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Supreme Court ruled in May 2020 that the Creek Nation continued to have its reservation status throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Known as the McGirt decision, it means that the state could not try a Muscogee citizen for crimes within that part of the state. The state of Oklahoma predicted chaos as a result of this decision. But that has not been the case and there is growing evidence that the tribes and local jurisdictions are finding new ways to work together. ICT's Mark Trahant talked to Professor Robert Miller about the case, the economic impact, and what's ahead. This week the Minnesota Historical Society announced the digital repatriation of the Gilbert L. Wilson Collections to the Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara Nation in North Dakota. MHA citizen and president of her nation's college, Twyla Baker was part of the team helping to recover the items. The Bison defined a way of life for many tribes across the country. The Oglala Lakota in present day South Dakota consider the animal to be sacred. Every part of the animal was used for clothing, tools, even the bladder carried water for the Plains Indians. The buffalo horn was used for a spoon. Now Kevin Pourier has elevated the humble spoon to an incredible piece of fine art.
  • Changing Seasons
    Thursday, September 1
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Native nations have marked the passing of time in a variety of ways. For the Hopi people, the seasons are tied to the agricultural cycle, as well as the religious cycle. The Natwani Coalition is a non-profit organization located on the Hopi reservation in northern Arizona. Kyle Nutumya is the program manager for the organization. Season two of "Reservation Dogs" is out. It includes a handful of Indigenous guest stars, and one of them is making headlines for her fierce acting in Hulu's number one movie premiere called "Prey." Amber Midthunder is back to break down her latest project. The Santa Fe Indian Market features the best Indigenous contemporary and traditional artists throughout the country. It also features so much more. Scores of Native-led organizations hold workshops, concerts and other events. Holly Cook Macarro was on location with a panel called "Indigenous Futures."
  • Changing Seasons
    Thursday, September 1
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Native nations have marked the passing of time in a variety of ways. For the Hopi people, the seasons are tied to the agricultural cycle, as well as the religious cycle. The Natwani Coalition is a non-profit organization located on the Hopi reservation in northern Arizona. Kyle Nutumya is the program manager for the organization. Season two of "Reservation Dogs" is out. It includes a handful of Indigenous guest stars, and one of them is making headlines for her fierce acting in Hulu's number one movie premiere called "Prey." Amber Midthunder is back to break down her latest project. The Santa Fe Indian Market features the best Indigenous contemporary and traditional artists throughout the country. It also features so much more. Scores of Native-led organizations hold workshops, concerts and other events. Holly Cook Macarro was on location with a panel called "Indigenous Futures."