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ICT reporter/producer Kaitlin Boysel, Cherokee, talking with a firefighter in Oklahoma. (Photo courtesy of Kaitlin Boysel, ICT)

Indigenous news outlets, nonprofits drive deeper coverage

Journalism-focused philanthropy quadrupled from 2009 to 2019 as traditional newspaper revenue shrank

Owamni by the Sioux Chef opened on July 19 and prides itself on providing true North American cuisine. Sweet potatoes.

Continuing to honor our cooking traditions

Come and explore cooking traditions that have gone on in Native families for generations. Plus, interviews and dishes created by Indigenous chefs

FILE - In this March 3, 2021, file photo, Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is held by pharmacist Madeline Acquilano at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Conn. U.S. health officials are weighing next steps as they investigate unusual blood clots in a small number of people given the vaccine -- a one-dose shot that many countries hoped would help speed protection against the pandemic. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)

ICT’s most read opinion voices of 2021

From anti-Blackness to COVID to critical race theory, this year’s opinion/editorial contributions generated conversations throughout Indian Country

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FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2021 file photo, a hiring sign is placed at a booth for prospective employers during a job fair in the West Hollywood section of Los Angeles. U.S. job growth slowed sharply last month as the highly contagious delta variant disrupted economic activity and employers struggled to find workers. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Let's talk jobs!

Indian Country Today wants to hear from you about jobs, work and life in your community

Students line up outside the Rapid City Indian Boarding School in this undated photo. (Photo courtesy of the South Dakota State Historical Society)

Rapid City puts up $9 million for Native center

But more work is needed to resolve dispute over former boarding school land