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Ict News with Aliyah Chavez

ICT News 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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    Monday, July 15
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
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    Monday, July 15
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    Monday, July 15
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    Tuesday, July 16
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    Tuesday, July 16
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    Tuesday, July 16
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    Wednesday, July 17
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    Wednesday, July 17
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    Wednesday, July 17
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    Thursday, July 18
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    Thursday, July 18
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    Thursday, July 18
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    Friday, July 19
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    Friday, July 19
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    Friday, July 19
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    Monday, July 22
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    Monday, July 22
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    Monday, July 22
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    Tuesday, July 23
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    Tuesday, July 23
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    Tuesday, July 23
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    Wednesday, July 24
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    Wednesday, July 24
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    Wednesday, July 24
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    Thursday, July 25
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    Thursday, July 25
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    Thursday, July 25
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    Friday, July 26
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    Friday, July 26
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    Friday, July 26
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    Monday, July 29
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    Monday, July 29
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    Monday, July 29
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    Tuesday, July 30
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    Tuesday, July 30
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    Tuesday, July 30
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    Wednesday, July 31
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    Wednesday, July 31
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    Wednesday, July 31
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    Thursday, August 1
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    Thursday, August 1
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    Thursday, August 1
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    Friday, August 2
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    Friday, August 2
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    Friday, August 2
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    Monday, August 5
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    Monday, August 5
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    Monday, August 5
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    Tuesday, August 6
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    Tuesday, August 6
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    Tuesday, August 6
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    Wednesday, August 7
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    Wednesday, August 7
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    Wednesday, August 7
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    Thursday, August 8
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    Thursday, August 8
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    Thursday, August 8
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    Friday, August 9
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    Friday, August 9
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    Friday, August 9
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    Monday, August 12
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    Monday, August 12
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    Monday, August 12
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    Tuesday, August 13
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    Tuesday, August 13
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    Tuesday, August 13
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    Wednesday, August 14
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    Wednesday, August 14
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    Wednesday, August 14
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    Thursday, August 15
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    Thursday, August 15
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    Thursday, August 15
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    Friday, August 16
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    Friday, August 16
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    Friday, August 16
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    Monday, August 19
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    Monday, August 19
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    Monday, August 19
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    Tuesday, August 20
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    Tuesday, August 20
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    Tuesday, August 20
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    Wednesday, August 21
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    Wednesday, August 21
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    Wednesday, August 21
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    Thursday, August 22
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    Thursday, August 22
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    Thursday, August 22
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    Friday, August 23
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    Friday, August 23
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    Friday, August 23
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    Monday, August 26
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    Monday, August 26
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    Monday, August 26
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    Tuesday, August 27
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    Tuesday, August 27
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    Tuesday, August 27
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    Wednesday, August 28
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    Wednesday, August 28
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    Wednesday, August 28
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    Thursday, August 29
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    Thursday, August 29
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    Thursday, August 29
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    Friday, August 30
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    Friday, August 30
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  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24140
    Friday, July 12
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24136
    Friday, July 12
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    Friday, July 12
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    Thursday, July 11
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    Thursday, July 11
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    Thursday, July 11
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    Wednesday, July 10
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    Wednesday, July 10
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    Wednesday, July 10
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    Tuesday, July 9
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    Tuesday, July 9
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    Tuesday, July 9
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    Monday, July 8
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    Monday, July 8
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    Monday, July 8
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    Sunday, July 7
    1:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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    Friday, July 5
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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    Friday, July 5
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    Friday, July 5
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    Thursday, July 4
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    Thursday, July 4
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    Thursday, July 4
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    Wednesday, July 3
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    Wednesday, July 3
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    Wednesday, July 3
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    Tuesday, July 2
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    Tuesday, July 2
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    Tuesday, July 2
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    Monday, July 1
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    Monday, July 1
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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    Monday, July 1
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
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    Sunday, June 30
    1:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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    Friday, June 28
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Tom Cole Represents
    Friday, June 28
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Are presidential debates even worth the air time in an age of social media when voters know in real time where candidates stand on issues? Rep. Tom Cole had a resounding win against a self-funded candidate who spent millions, and will third party candidates have a major impact on this year's election? Regular contributor Michael Stopp weighs in. Perpetuating Native language is important. One Ojibwe woman will deepen her knowledge through a recently received Bush Fellowship. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview with Michelle Goose. Oscar-nominated actress Lily Gladstone gives another powerful performance in the new film "Fancy Dance," alongside breakout star Isabel Deroy-Olsen. The movie is streaming soon on Apple TV. It follows an aunt who kidnaps her niece after her mother has gone missing--all in hopes of making it to the powwow for healing. ICT's Paris Wise spoke with the duo about this gripping tale.
  • Tom Cole Represents
    Friday, June 28
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Are presidential debates even worth the air time in an age of social media when voters know in real time where candidates stand on issues? Rep. Tom Cole had a resounding win against a self-funded candidate who spent millions, and will third party candidates have a major impact on this year's election? Regular contributor Michael Stopp weighs in. Perpetuating Native language is important. One Ojibwe woman will deepen her knowledge through a recently received Bush Fellowship. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview with Michelle Goose. Oscar-nominated actress Lily Gladstone gives another powerful performance in the new film "Fancy Dance," alongside breakout star Isabel Deroy-Olsen. The movie is streaming soon on Apple TV. It follows an aunt who kidnaps her niece after her mother has gone missing--all in hopes of making it to the powwow for healing. ICT's Paris Wise spoke with the duo about this gripping tale.
  • Tom Cole Represents
    Thursday, June 27
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Are presidential debates even worth the air time in an age of social media when voters know in real time where candidates stand on issues? Rep. Tom Cole had a resounding win against a self-funded candidate who spent millions, and will third party candidates have a major impact on this year's election? Regular contributor Michael Stopp weighs in. Perpetuating Native language is important. One Ojibwe woman will deepen her knowledge through a recently received Bush Fellowship. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview with Michelle Goose. Oscar-nominated actress Lily Gladstone gives another powerful performance in the new film "Fancy Dance," alongside breakout star Isabel Deroy-Olsen. The movie is streaming soon on Apple TV. It follows an aunt who kidnaps her niece after her mother has gone missing--all in hopes of making it to the powwow for healing. ICT's Paris Wise spoke with the duo about this gripping tale.
  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24128
    Thursday, June 27
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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    Thursday, June 27
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    Wednesday, June 26
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • 'Fancy Dance' director tells a story from the heart of her nation
    Wednesday, June 26
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    "Fancy Dance" is a new film, that follows an aunt trying to care for her niece whose mother has gone missing--all while trying to make it to an annual powwow. Oscar-nominated actress Lily Gladstone gives another powerful performance alongside breakout star Isabel Deroy-Olsen. Co-writer and director Erica Tremblay is from the Seneca-Cayuga Nation. The story and characters are set in her homelands. ICT's Paris Wise spoke with her to learn more about the movie. "Fancy Dance" is in select theaters and streams on Apple TV starting June 28. A bill to establish a federal Indian boarding school truth and healing commission has passed committees in Congress for the first time. The progress was hailed by backers of the bill. ICT's Stewart Huntington has more on this landmark legislation. The newly announced class of Bush Fellows features six Indigenous people. These grants are awarded to outstanding individuals living in the Dakotas and Minnesota. One of them is Moira Villiard, an Ojibwe artist from Duluth, Minnesota. She says she intends to use the funds to go to graduate school, and promote a public art project. Our friends at PBS North have this Minnesota program on her work. It was produced by Mike Scholtz, with photography by Steve Ash, Heidi Eidenschink is the host.
  • 'Fancy Dance' director tells a story from the heart of her nation
    Wednesday, June 26
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    "Fancy Dance" is a new film, that follows an aunt trying to care for her niece whose mother has gone missing--all while trying to make it to an annual powwow. Oscar-nominated actress Lily Gladstone gives another powerful performance alongside breakout star Isabel Deroy-Olsen. Co-writer and director Erica Tremblay is from the Seneca-Cayuga Nation. The story and characters are set in her homelands. ICT's Paris Wise spoke with her to learn more about the movie. "Fancy Dance" is in select theaters and streams on Apple TV starting June 28. A bill to establish a federal Indian boarding school truth and healing commission has passed committees in Congress for the first time. The progress was hailed by backers of the bill. ICT's Stewart Huntington has more on this landmark legislation. The newly announced class of Bush Fellows features six Indigenous people. These grants are awarded to outstanding individuals living in the Dakotas and Minnesota. One of them is Moira Villiard, an Ojibwe artist from Duluth, Minnesota. She says she intends to use the funds to go to graduate school, and promote a public art project. Our friends at PBS North have this Minnesota program on her work. It was produced by Mike Scholtz, with photography by Steve Ash, Heidi Eidenschink is the host.
  • 'Fancy Dance' director tells a story from the heart of her nation
    Tuesday, June 25
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    "Fancy Dance" is a new film, that follows an aunt trying to care for her niece whose mother has gone missing--all while trying to make it to an annual powwow. Oscar-nominated actress Lily Gladstone gives another powerful performance alongside breakout star Isabel Deroy-Olsen. Co-writer and director Erica Tremblay is from the Seneca-Cayuga Nation. The story and characters are set in her homelands. ICT's Paris Wise spoke with her to learn more about the movie. "Fancy Dance" is in select theaters and streams on Apple TV starting June 28. A bill to establish a federal Indian boarding school truth and healing commission has passed committees in Congress for the first time. The progress was hailed by backers of the bill. ICT's Stewart Huntington has more on this landmark legislation. The newly announced class of Bush Fellows features six Indigenous people. These grants are awarded to outstanding individuals living in the Dakotas and Minnesota. One of them is Moira Villiard, an Ojibwe artist from Duluth, Minnesota. She says she intends to use the funds to go to graduate school, and promote a public art project. Our friends at PBS North have this Minnesota program on her work. It was produced by Mike Scholtz, with photography by Steve Ash, Heidi Eidenschink is the host.
  • Hall of Fame to Honor Tom Cole Ancestor
    Tuesday, June 25
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The U.S. Department of Justice has just released its findings after an investigation into the Phoenix Police Department, finding malpractices on its use of force and enforcement of the law. ICT's Daniel Herrera has the report. Famed Oklahoma storyteller and actress Te Ata Fisher will be inducted this fall into the National Native American Hall of Fame. Her great nephew, U.S. Rep. Tom Cole will accept the honor on behalf of his relative who passed away in 1995. ICT's Stewart Huntington visited with the Congress member about this milestone. With less than 150 days until November's general election, many are bracing themselves for what's expected to be a close, and contentious, presidential race. In Nevada, there's a new voting process for certain groups, including for Native people, which are a key demographic in the swing state. ICT's Aliyah Chavez reports. The Celebrating Salish Conference, held in Spokane, Washington, is the largest language gathering of native speakers in the Northwest United States. Speakers and learners of interior Salish languages came together to expand their language skills and share their success stories. Liz Dempsey reports on the most popular way to celebrate at the conference--karaoke.
  • Hall of Fame to Honor Tom Cole Ancestor
    Tuesday, June 25
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The U.S. Department of Justice has just released its findings after an investigation into the Phoenix Police Department, finding malpractices on its use of force and enforcement of the law. ICT's Daniel Herrera has the report. Famed Oklahoma storyteller and actress Te Ata Fisher will be inducted this fall into the National Native American Hall of Fame. Her great nephew, U.S. Rep. Tom Cole will accept the honor on behalf of his relative who passed away in 1995. ICT's Stewart Huntington visited with the Congress member about this milestone. With less than 150 days until November's general election, many are bracing themselves for what's expected to be a close, and contentious, presidential race. In Nevada, there's a new voting process for certain groups, including for Native people, which are a key demographic in the swing state. ICT's Aliyah Chavez reports. The Celebrating Salish Conference, held in Spokane, Washington, is the largest language gathering of native speakers in the Northwest United States. Speakers and learners of interior Salish languages came together to expand their language skills and share their success stories. Liz Dempsey reports on the most popular way to celebrate at the conference--karaoke.
  • Hall of Fame to Honor Tom Cole Ancestor
    Monday, June 24
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The U.S. Department of Justice has just released its findings after an investigation into the Phoenix Police Department, finding malpractices on its use of force and enforcement of the law. ICT's Daniel Herrera has the report. Famed Oklahoma storyteller and actress Te Ata Fisher will be inducted this fall into the National Native American Hall of Fame. Her great nephew, U.S. Rep. Tom Cole will accept the honor on behalf of his relative who passed away in 1995. ICT's Stewart Huntington visited with the Congress member about this milestone. With less than 150 days until November's general election, many are bracing themselves for what's expected to be a close, and contentious, presidential race. In Nevada, there's a new voting process for certain groups, including for Native people, which are a key demographic in the swing state. ICT's Aliyah Chavez reports. The Celebrating Salish Conference, held in Spokane, Washington, is the largest language gathering of native speakers in the Northwest United States. Speakers and learners of interior Salish languages came together to expand their language skills and share their success stories. Liz Dempsey reports on the most popular way to celebrate at the conference--karaoke.
  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24125
    Monday, June 24
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24125
    Monday, June 24
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24125
    Sunday, June 23
    1:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    No description available.
  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24125
    Friday, June 21
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • Indigenous Agriculture Takes The Stage
    Friday, June 21
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Indigenous candidates in eight states had a primary election this month. There were nearly 70 Indigenous candidates who ran for everything from school boards all the way to congress. ICT political correspondent, Pauly Denetclaw has details. Indigenous peoples are tied to place and language. A new book out from the University of Minnesota Press documents a Dakota woman's relationship to land and food. "Perennial Ceremony" is Teresa Peterson's new book. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview. The first-ever international trade mission focusing on indigenous products is this week. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is bringing hundreds of Indigenous foods to market. Stewart Huntington caught up with Alexis Taylor, the department's undersecretary for trade, from Vancouver, Canada, to check in on this historic event.
  • Indigenous Agriculture Takes The Stage
    Friday, June 21
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Indigenous candidates in eight states had a primary election this month. There were nearly 70 Indigenous candidates who ran for everything from school boards all the way to congress. ICT political correspondent, Pauly Denetclaw has details. Indigenous peoples are tied to place and language. A new book out from the University of Minnesota Press documents a Dakota woman's relationship to land and food. "Perennial Ceremony" is Teresa Peterson's new book. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview. The first-ever international trade mission focusing on indigenous products is this week. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is bringing hundreds of Indigenous foods to market. Stewart Huntington caught up with Alexis Taylor, the department's undersecretary for trade, from Vancouver, Canada, to check in on this historic event.
  • Indigenous Agriculture Takes The Stage
    Thursday, June 20
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Indigenous candidates in eight states had a primary election this month. There were nearly 70 Indigenous candidates who ran for everything from school boards all the way to congress. ICT political correspondent, Pauly Denetclaw has details. Indigenous peoples are tied to place and language. A new book out from the University of Minnesota Press documents a Dakota woman's relationship to land and food. "Perennial Ceremony" is Teresa Peterson's new book. ICT's Shirley Sneve has this interview. The first-ever international trade mission focusing on indigenous products is this week. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is bringing hundreds of Indigenous foods to market. Stewart Huntington caught up with Alexis Taylor, the department's undersecretary for trade, from Vancouver, Canada, to check in on this historic event.
  • Climate Change and Native Nations
    Thursday, June 20
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    ICT's Editor-at-Large Mark Trahant travels to the Quinault Indian Nation on Washington state?s Pacific coast Northwest to check in on the tribe?s efforts to move an entire ancestral village from the mouth of the Quinault River to higher ground and away from a rising sea.
  • Climate Change and Native Nations
    Thursday, June 20
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    ICT's Editor-at-Large Mark Trahant travels to the Quinault Indian Nation on Washington state?s Pacific coast Northwest to check in on the tribe?s efforts to move an entire ancestral village from the mouth of the Quinault River to higher ground and away from a rising sea.
  • Climate Change and Native Nations
    Wednesday, June 19
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    ICT's Editor-at-Large Mark Trahant travels to the Quinault Indian Nation on Washington state?s Pacific coast Northwest to check in on the tribe?s efforts to move an entire ancestral village from the mouth of the Quinault River to higher ground and away from a rising sea.
  • Report Details State-Tribal Relations In Colorado
    Wednesday, June 19
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A new report in Colorado examines the rich history of tribes in the state and the horrors visited on them by territorial, state and federal governments. ICT?s Stewart Huntington has an interview with one of the report's lead authors.
  • Report Details State-Tribal Relations In Colorado
    Wednesday, June 19
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A new report in Colorado examines the rich history of tribes in the state and the horrors visited on them by territorial, state and federal governments. ICT?s Stewart Huntington has an interview with one of the report's lead authors.
  • Report Details State-Tribal Relations In Colorado
    Tuesday, June 18
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A new report in Colorado examines the rich history of tribes in the state and the horrors visited on them by territorial, state and federal governments. ICT?s Stewart Huntington has an interview with one of the report's lead authors.
  • Cultural Centers Promote, Share Indigenous Culture
    Tuesday, June 18
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It's a destination tourism spot on an island. The Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository in Kodiak, Alaska, wants you to stop by. It recently received a grant from the American Indian-Alaska Native Tourism Association, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service. April Counceller told ICT producer Shirley Sneve about the project. In New Mexico, one of the 19 pueblos has created a space to foster and grow community through various events and classes. The Poeh Cultural Center is building back traditions and creating new ones through education, preservation and repatriation. ICT's Paris Wise has the story.
  • Cultural Centers Promote, Share Indigenous Culture
    Tuesday, June 18
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    It's a destination tourism spot on an island. The Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository in Kodiak, Alaska, wants you to stop by. It recently received a grant from the American Indian-Alaska Native Tourism Association, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service. April Counceller told ICT producer Shirley Sneve about the project. In New Mexico, one of the 19 pueblos has created a space to foster and grow community through various events and classes. The Poeh Cultural Center is building back traditions and creating new ones through education, preservation and repatriation. ICT's Paris Wise has the story.
  • Cultural Centers Promote, Share Indigenous Culture
    Monday, June 17
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    It's a destination tourism spot on an island. The Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository in Kodiak, Alaska, wants you to stop by. It recently received a grant from the American Indian-Alaska Native Tourism Association, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service. April Counceller told ICT producer Shirley Sneve about the project. In New Mexico, one of the 19 pueblos has created a space to foster and grow community through various events and classes. The Poeh Cultural Center is building back traditions and creating new ones through education, preservation and repatriation. ICT's Paris Wise has the story.
  • Repatriation Struggles from Arizona University
    Monday, June 17
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A group of graduate students at Arizona State University has uncovered concerning new details about how their university has treated Native American remains the institution holds. It's a collaboration between Cronkite News, The Howard Center for Investigative Journalism at ASU, and ICT. President Joe Biden announced major executive orders on the southern border. A hot button issue this election cycle. Indigenous members of Congress such as Tom Cole and Mary Peltola face competition at the polls. And have the odds changed for North Dakota Governor Doug Bergum to be selected as Donald Trump's Vice President?
  • Repatriation Struggles from Arizona University
    Monday, June 17
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A group of graduate students at Arizona State University has uncovered concerning new details about how their university has treated Native American remains the institution holds. It's a collaboration between Cronkite News, The Howard Center for Investigative Journalism at ASU, and ICT. President Joe Biden announced major executive orders on the southern border. A hot button issue this election cycle. Indigenous members of Congress such as Tom Cole and Mary Peltola face competition at the polls. And have the odds changed for North Dakota Governor Doug Bergum to be selected as Donald Trump's Vice President?
  • Repatriation Struggles from Arizona University
    Sunday, June 16
    1:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A group of graduate students at Arizona State University has uncovered concerning new details about how their university has treated Native American remains the institution holds. It's a collaboration between Cronkite News, The Howard Center for Investigative Journalism at ASU, and ICT. President Joe Biden announced major executive orders on the southern border. A hot button issue this election cycle. Indigenous members of Congress such as Tom Cole and Mary Peltola face competition at the polls. And have the odds changed for North Dakota Governor Doug Bergum to be selected as Donald Trump's Vice President?
  • Repatriation Struggles from Arizona University
    Friday, June 14
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A group of graduate students at Arizona State University has uncovered concerning new details about how their university has treated Native American remains the institution holds. It's a collaboration between Cronkite News, The Howard Center for Investigative Journalism at ASU, and ICT. President Joe Biden announced major executive orders on the southern border. A hot button issue this election cycle. Indigenous members of Congress such as Tom Cole and Mary Peltola face competition at the polls. And have the odds changed for North Dakota Governor Doug Bergum to be selected as Donald Trump's Vice President?
  • Cowlitz Youth Honor Salmon
    Friday, June 14
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Cowlitz Indian Tribe conducted an important and long-standing salmon ceremony. ICT and Underscore Native News reports Nika Bartoo-Smith was there. A group of graduate students at Arizona State University uncovered concerning details about how ASU has treated Native American remains. It's a collaboration between Cronkite News and the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism. Reporter Madison Perales has the story. One of the most visible peaks in Colorado is Mount Blue Sky. It was previously names Mount Evan's, after a territorial governor-a person sometimes referred to as the architect of the 1864 San Creek Massacred. Journalists Darren Brown and Adam Youngbear from Cheyenne and Arapaho Productions attended the renaming ceremony. Here's an encore presentation.
  • Cowlitz Youth Honor Salmon
    Friday, June 14
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    The Cowlitz Indian Tribe conducted an important and long-standing salmon ceremony. ICT and Underscore Native News reports Nika Bartoo-Smith was there. A group of graduate students at Arizona State University uncovered concerning details about how ASU has treated Native American remains. It's a collaboration between Cronkite News and the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism. Reporter Madison Perales has the story. One of the most visible peaks in Colorado is Mount Blue Sky. It was previously names Mount Evan's, after a territorial governor-a person sometimes referred to as the architect of the 1864 San Creek Massacred. Journalists Darren Brown and Adam Youngbear from Cheyenne and Arapaho Productions attended the renaming ceremony. Here's an encore presentation.
  • Cowlitz Youth Honor Salmon
    Thursday, June 13
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The Cowlitz Indian Tribe conducted an important and long-standing salmon ceremony. ICT and Underscore Native News reports Nika Bartoo-Smith was there. A group of graduate students at Arizona State University uncovered concerning details about how ASU has treated Native American remains. It's a collaboration between Cronkite News and the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism. Reporter Madison Perales has the story. One of the most visible peaks in Colorado is Mount Blue Sky. It was previously names Mount Evan's, after a territorial governor-a person sometimes referred to as the architect of the 1864 San Creek Massacred. Journalists Darren Brown and Adam Youngbear from Cheyenne and Arapaho Productions attended the renaming ceremony. Here's an encore presentation.
  • Border Politics Continue to Influence Elections
    Thursday, June 13
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    President Joe Biden announced a major executive order on the southern border, which is a hot issue in the election. Regular contributor John Tahsuda joins ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw to discuss this and other issues. The U.S. is investing billions into bolstering semiconductor manufacturing. ICT's Daniel Herrera visited an Arizona community college to learn more. President Calvin Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act a century ago which made Native American citizens of the US. ICT's Pauly Denetclaw's reports on voting rights progress today. A Navajo man is bottling up the heat in Phoenix. Michael John is the founder of Navajo Mike's Southwestern-style barbecue sauce. Here's a feature from Tocabe's Indigenous Marketplace.
  • Border Politics Continue to Influence Elections
    Thursday, June 13
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    President Joe Biden announced a major executive order on the southern border, which is a hot issue in the election. Regular contributor John Tahsuda joins ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw to discuss this and other issues. The U.S. is investing billions into bolstering semiconductor manufacturing. ICT's Daniel Herrera visited an Arizona community college to learn more. President Calvin Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act a century ago which made Native American citizens of the US. ICT's Pauly Denetclaw's reports on voting rights progress today. A Navajo man is bottling up the heat in Phoenix. Michael John is the founder of Navajo Mike's Southwestern-style barbecue sauce. Here's a feature from Tocabe's Indigenous Marketplace.
  • Border Politics Continue to Influence Elections
    Wednesday, June 12
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    President Joe Biden announced a major executive order on the southern border, which is a hot issue in the election. Regular contributor John Tahsuda joins ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw to discuss this and other issues. The U.S. is investing billions into bolstering semiconductor manufacturing. ICT's Daniel Herrera visited an Arizona community college to learn more. President Calvin Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act a century ago which made Native American citizens of the US. ICT's Pauly Denetclaw's reports on voting rights progress today. A Navajo man is bottling up the heat in Phoenix. Michael John is the founder of Navajo Mike's Southwestern-style barbecue sauce. Here's a feature from Tocabe's Indigenous Marketplace.
  • New Efforts to Release Leonard Peltier
    Wednesday, June 12
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Leonard Peltier, who was convicted for the 1975 killing of two FBI agents in South Dakota, had a parole hearing on Monday. Now at age 75, he is in poor health. ICT's Amelia Schafer tells us more. Community organizer Angel Charley, is the presumed winner the New Mexico's District 30, after winning the Democratic nomination in the June primary. There is no Republican candidate currently running for the general election. ICT's Paris Wise has this interview. Officials from the U.S. Department of Agriculture have been working on tribal concerns and issues. ICT's Stewart Huntington has this interview with Heather Dawn Thompson. A tribe in Southwest Idaho is putting education first. ICT's Shirley Sneve spoke to Shoshone-Bannock Tribes education manager Jessica James.
  • New Efforts to Release Leonard Peltier
    Wednesday, June 12
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Leonard Peltier, who was convicted for the 1975 killing of two FBI agents in South Dakota, had a parole hearing on Monday. Now at age 75, he is in poor health. ICT's Amelia Schafer tells us more. Community organizer Angel Charley, is the presumed winner the New Mexico's District 30, after winning the Democratic nomination in the June primary. There is no Republican candidate currently running for the general election. ICT's Paris Wise has this interview. Officials from the U.S. Department of Agriculture have been working on tribal concerns and issues. ICT's Stewart Huntington has this interview with Heather Dawn Thompson. A tribe in Southwest Idaho is putting education first. ICT's Shirley Sneve spoke to Shoshone-Bannock Tribes education manager Jessica James.
  • New Efforts to Release Leonard Peltier
    Tuesday, June 11
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Leonard Peltier, who was convicted for the 1975 killing of two FBI agents in South Dakota, had a parole hearing on Monday. Now at age 75, he is in poor health. ICT's Amelia Schafer tells us more. Community organizer Angel Charley, is the presumed winner the New Mexico's District 30, after winning the Democratic nomination in the June primary. There is no Republican candidate currently running for the general election. ICT's Paris Wise has this interview. Officials from the U.S. Department of Agriculture have been working on tribal concerns and issues. ICT's Stewart Huntington has this interview with Heather Dawn Thompson. A tribe in Southwest Idaho is putting education first. ICT's Shirley Sneve spoke to Shoshone-Bannock Tribes education manager Jessica James.
  • An Francisco's Indigenous community welcomes Pride Month
    Tuesday, June 11
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • An Francisco's Indigenous community welcomes Pride Month
    Tuesday, June 11
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • An Francisco's Indigenous community welcomes Pride Month
    Monday, June 10
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • In Remembrance Of
    Monday, June 10
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In June of 1994, the Gila River Indian Community opened the doors to its first casino. 30 years have gone by and since then the tribe has grown its venture to the largest casino enterprise in Arizona owning four casinos and two resorts, partnering with sports teams in the NBA, NFL, and MLB. This has generated millions for the state of Arizona. We have a conversation with the Gila River Resorts and Casino's CEO Kenneth Manuel. Equitable voting rights for Indigenous communities continue to be a struggle. This being highlighted by the centennial of the Indian Citizenship Act. Post 1971, miners aren't covered under the Radiation Exposure and Compensation Act. This affected many Native American Uranium miners. We get the latest on a push to expand this act. And former President Donald Trump has been convicted of 34 felony counts. Holly Cook Macarro and ICT's Pauly Denetclaw have these stories. Funeral services are underway in Wisconsin for a prominent Native American rights leader. The family of Ernie Stevens Sr. shared that the 92 year old Oneida Nation of Wisconsin citizen died over the weekend. Stevens had a very long and storied career, working to ush self determination after graduating with a degree from MIT. He held many titles over the years, most notably as the executive director of the Los Angeles Indian Center and as the first vice president of the National Congress of American Indians.
  • In Remembrance Of
    Monday, June 10
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In June of 1994, the Gila River Indian Community opened the doors to its first casino. 30 years have gone by and since then the tribe has grown its venture to the largest casino enterprise in Arizona owning four casinos and two resorts, partnering with sports teams in the NBA, NFL, and MLB. This has generated millions for the state of Arizona. We have a conversation with the Gila River Resorts and Casino's CEO Kenneth Manuel. Equitable voting rights for Indigenous communities continue to be a struggle. This being highlighted by the centennial of the Indian Citizenship Act. Post 1971, miners aren't covered under the Radiation Exposure and Compensation Act. This affected many Native American Uranium miners. We get the latest on a push to expand this act. And former President Donald Trump has been convicted of 34 felony counts. Holly Cook Macarro and ICT's Pauly Denetclaw have these stories. Funeral services are underway in Wisconsin for a prominent Native American rights leader. The family of Ernie Stevens Sr. shared that the 92 year old Oneida Nation of Wisconsin citizen died over the weekend. Stevens had a very long and storied career, working to ush self determination after graduating with a degree from MIT. He held many titles over the years, most notably as the executive director of the Los Angeles Indian Center and as the first vice president of the National Congress of American Indians.
  • In Remembrance Of
    Friday, June 7
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In June of 1994, the Gila River Indian Community opened the doors to its first casino. 30 years have gone by and since then the tribe has grown its venture to the largest casino enterprise in Arizona owning four casinos and two resorts, partnering with sports teams in the NBA, NFL, and MLB. This has generated millions for the state of Arizona. We have a conversation with the Gila River Resorts and Casino's CEO Kenneth Manuel. Equitable voting rights for Indigenous communities continue to be a struggle. This being highlighted by the centennial of the Indian Citizenship Act. Post 1971, miners aren't covered under the Radiation Exposure and Compensation Act. This affected many Native American Uranium miners. We get the latest on a push to expand this act. And former President Donald Trump has been convicted of 34 felony counts. Holly Cook Macarro and ICT's Pauly Denetclaw have these stories. Funeral services are underway in Wisconsin for a prominent Native American rights leader. The family of Ernie Stevens Sr. shared that the 92 year old Oneida Nation of Wisconsin citizen died over the weekend. Stevens had a very long and storied career, working to ush self determination after graduating with a degree from MIT. He held many titles over the years, most notably as the executive director of the Los Angeles Indian Center and as the first vice president of the National Congress of American Indians.
  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24114
    Friday, June 7
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24114
    Friday, June 7
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • Ict News with Aliyah Chavez #24114
    Thursday, June 6
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    No description available.
  • Indigenous Voting Rights Still on the Line
    Thursday, June 6
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A prominent Native American rights leader from Wisconsin has died. The family of Ernie Stevens, Sr. shared the 92-year-old Oneida Nation of Wisconsin citizen died over the weekend. Stevens had a very long and storied career, working to push self-determination after graduating with a degree from MIT. An Indigenous community in Panama has been forced to relocate after climate change threatened its coastal town. The indigenous Gunas from the city of Gardi Sugdub had been preparing to move from their small island off the coast of Panama as their population grew, but hotter summers and fiercer storms quickened the evacuation. The Hawaiian volcano Kilauea has erupted. The activity started earlier this week on the Big Island in an area that last erupted in 1974. While the eruption has currently paused, about a half-mile of fissures opened in a remote location inside Volcanos National Park. Equitable voting rights for Indigenous communities continue to be a struggle. This is being highlighted by the centennial of the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924. Post-1971 miners aren't covered under the Radiation Exposure and Compensation Act. And former president Donald Trump has been convicted of 34 felony counts. Regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro joins ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw and has updates.
  • Indigenous Voting Rights Still on the Line
    Thursday, June 6
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A prominent Native American rights leader from Wisconsin has died. The family of Ernie Stevens, Sr. shared the 92-year-old Oneida Nation of Wisconsin citizen died over the weekend. Stevens had a very long and storied career, working to push self-determination after graduating with a degree from MIT. An Indigenous community in Panama has been forced to relocate after climate change threatened its coastal town. The indigenous Gunas from the city of Gardi Sugdub had been preparing to move from their small island off the coast of Panama as their population grew, but hotter summers and fiercer storms quickened the evacuation. The Hawaiian volcano Kilauea has erupted. The activity started earlier this week on the Big Island in an area that last erupted in 1974. While the eruption has currently paused, about a half-mile of fissures opened in a remote location inside Volcanos National Park. Equitable voting rights for Indigenous communities continue to be a struggle. This is being highlighted by the centennial of the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924. Post-1971 miners aren't covered under the Radiation Exposure and Compensation Act. And former president Donald Trump has been convicted of 34 felony counts. Regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro joins ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw and has updates.
  • Indigenous Voting Rights Still on the Line
    Wednesday, June 5
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A prominent Native American rights leader from Wisconsin has died. The family of Ernie Stevens, Sr. shared the 92-year-old Oneida Nation of Wisconsin citizen died over the weekend. Stevens had a very long and storied career, working to push self-determination after graduating with a degree from MIT. An Indigenous community in Panama has been forced to relocate after climate change threatened its coastal town. The indigenous Gunas from the city of Gardi Sugdub had been preparing to move from their small island off the coast of Panama as their population grew, but hotter summers and fiercer storms quickened the evacuation. The Hawaiian volcano Kilauea has erupted. The activity started earlier this week on the Big Island in an area that last erupted in 1974. While the eruption has currently paused, about a half-mile of fissures opened in a remote location inside Volcanos National Park. Equitable voting rights for Indigenous communities continue to be a struggle. This is being highlighted by the centennial of the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924. Post-1971 miners aren't covered under the Radiation Exposure and Compensation Act. And former president Donald Trump has been convicted of 34 felony counts. Regular contributor Holly Cook Macarro joins ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw and has updates.
  • Life Skills Program Puts Healing First
    Wednesday, June 5
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Various tribes are hosting a life skills program teaching women personal development, family parenting, mindfulness, healing and more. Cree citizen Ivanna Yellowback is the co-founder of this program. ICT's Paris Wise has more on how Yellowback hopes to grow this work. We turn now to the world of books where non-fiction author Anton Treuer has published his first work of fiction. Stewart Huntington caught up with the Bemidji State Indigenous Studies professor.
  • Life Skills Program Puts Healing First
    Wednesday, June 5
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Various tribes are hosting a life skills program teaching women personal development, family parenting, mindfulness, healing and more. Cree citizen Ivanna Yellowback is the co-founder of this program. ICT's Paris Wise has more on how Yellowback hopes to grow this work. We turn now to the world of books where non-fiction author Anton Treuer has published his first work of fiction. Stewart Huntington caught up with the Bemidji State Indigenous Studies professor.
  • Life Skills Program Puts Healing First
    Tuesday, June 4
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Various tribes are hosting a life skills program teaching women personal development, family parenting, mindfulness, healing and more. Cree citizen Ivanna Yellowback is the co-founder of this program. ICT's Paris Wise has more on how Yellowback hopes to grow this work. We turn now to the world of books where non-fiction author Anton Treuer has published his first work of fiction. Stewart Huntington caught up with the Bemidji State Indigenous Studies professor.
  • Disparities revealed in Rapid City civil rights report
    Tuesday, June 4
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A report by the Washington Post reveals that over 1,000 Native American children were abused in boarding schools throughout the United States. The year-long investigation found at least 122 priests. Sisters and brothers assigned to 22 Indian boarding schools in the Midwest and Pacific Northwest were accused of sexually abusing Native American children in their care. In the Southwest, a historic water rights settlement has been signed to ensure the supply of the Colorado River to three tribes. Navajo Nation president Buu Nygren recently signed the settlement and it is now being sent to Congress for approval . Protests in Paris over Indigenous independence have become deadly. The French Pacific territory of New Caledonia has been gripped by days of fatal protests with six people killed and hundreds of others injured during armed clashes, looting and arson. There have been decades of tensions between France and the Indigenous Kanak people who have sought independence for the archipelago of 270,000 people. A Native costume designer for Killers of the Flower Moon is suing Apple, saying they were excluded from awards. Sault Sainte Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians citizen Kristie Hoffman claims she did quote "most of the research and costume design for the film but was 'completely ignored' in receiving credit at the Academy Awards and the Costume Designers Guild Awards". In an historic election, Mexico has just chosen its first woman president, Claudia Sheinbaum.
  • Disparities revealed in Rapid City civil rights report
    Tuesday, June 4
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A report by the Washington Post reveals that over 1,000 Native American children were abused in boarding schools throughout the United States. The year-long investigation found at least 122 priests. Sisters and brothers assigned to 22 Indian boarding schools in the Midwest and Pacific Northwest were accused of sexually abusing Native American children in their care. In the Southwest, a historic water rights settlement has been signed to ensure the supply of the Colorado River to three tribes. Navajo Nation president Buu Nygren recently signed the settlement and it is now being sent to Congress for approval . Protests in Paris over Indigenous independence have become deadly. The French Pacific territory of New Caledonia has been gripped by days of fatal protests with six people killed and hundreds of others injured during armed clashes, looting and arson. There have been decades of tensions between France and the Indigenous Kanak people who have sought independence for the archipelago of 270,000 people. A Native costume designer for Killers of the Flower Moon is suing Apple, saying they were excluded from awards. Sault Sainte Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians citizen Kristie Hoffman claims she did quote "most of the research and costume design for the film but was 'completely ignored' in receiving credit at the Academy Awards and the Costume Designers Guild Awards". In an historic election, Mexico has just chosen its first woman president, Claudia Sheinbaum.
  • Disparities revealed in Rapid City civil rights report
    Monday, June 3
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A report by the Washington Post reveals that over 1,000 Native American children were abused in boarding schools throughout the United States. The year-long investigation found at least 122 priests. Sisters and brothers assigned to 22 Indian boarding schools in the Midwest and Pacific Northwest were accused of sexually abusing Native American children in their care. In the Southwest, a historic water rights settlement has been signed to ensure the supply of the Colorado River to three tribes. Navajo Nation president Buu Nygren recently signed the settlement and it is now being sent to Congress for approval . Protests in Paris over Indigenous independence have become deadly. The French Pacific territory of New Caledonia has been gripped by days of fatal protests with six people killed and hundreds of others injured during armed clashes, looting and arson. There have been decades of tensions between France and the Indigenous Kanak people who have sought independence for the archipelago of 270,000 people. A Native costume designer for Killers of the Flower Moon is suing Apple, saying they were excluded from awards. Sault Sainte Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians citizen Kristie Hoffman claims she did quote "most of the research and costume design for the film but was 'completely ignored' in receiving credit at the Academy Awards and the Costume Designers Guild Awards". In an historic election, Mexico has just chosen its first woman president, Claudia Sheinbaum.
  • Carrying On Traditions
    Monday, June 3
    1:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    A favorite pastime is bridging together communities and generations. Pueblos across New Mexico play baseball on different teams and in two leagues to take it all the way to the championship game. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has an exhibition on the history of these games and communities. ICT's Paris Wise has the story and talks to some of today's players. This year marks 100 years since President Calvin Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act into law. At the time, about half the Native American population was already considered citizens of their state or the United States. While this Act gave American citizenship to Native Americans, it did not immediately mean equal rights. ICT's political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw shares more. Last year, Wab Kinew made history after he was elected premier of Manitoba. He became the first Anishinaabe person to ever be premier of a Canadian province. Half a year later and Kinew is back in the powwow circle. Last week, up to 15,000 people attended the Manito Ahbee Festival in Winnipeg where Kinew hosted a men's Chicken dance special. APTN was there and has all of the sights and sounds.
  • Carrying On Traditions
    Monday, June 3
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    A favorite pastime is bridging together communities and generations. Pueblos across New Mexico play baseball on different teams and in two leagues to take it all the way to the championship game. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has an exhibition on the history of these games and communities. ICT's Paris Wise has the story and talks to some of today's players. This year marks 100 years since President Calvin Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act into law. At the time, about half the Native American population was already considered citizens of their state or the United States. While this Act gave American citizenship to Native Americans, it did not immediately mean equal rights. ICT's political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw shares more. Last year, Wab Kinew made history after he was elected premier of Manitoba. He became the first Anishinaabe person to ever be premier of a Canadian province. Half a year later and Kinew is back in the powwow circle. Last week, up to 15,000 people attended the Manito Ahbee Festival in Winnipeg where Kinew hosted a men's Chicken dance special. APTN was there and has all of the sights and sounds.
  • Carrying On Traditions
    Sunday, June 2
    1:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A favorite pastime is bridging together communities and generations. Pueblos across New Mexico play baseball on different teams and in two leagues to take it all the way to the championship game. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has an exhibition on the history of these games and communities. ICT's Paris Wise has the story and talks to some of today's players. This year marks 100 years since President Calvin Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act into law. At the time, about half the Native American population was already considered citizens of their state or the United States. While this Act gave American citizenship to Native Americans, it did not immediately mean equal rights. ICT's political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw shares more. Last year, Wab Kinew made history after he was elected premier of Manitoba. He became the first Anishinaabe person to ever be premier of a Canadian province. Half a year later and Kinew is back in the powwow circle. Last week, up to 15,000 people attended the Manito Ahbee Festival in Winnipeg where Kinew hosted a men's Chicken dance special. APTN was there and has all of the sights and sounds.