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Surfing legend Duke Kahanamoku, shown here in an undated photo, is credited with sharing the joys of surfing with the world in the early 1900s. His life is featured in the a documentary, "Waterman - Duke: Ambassador of Aloha," which debuted in theaters and has been featured on the PBS American Masters series. (Photo courtesy of The Paragon Agency)

'Waterman': Documentary film honors Hawaiian surfing legend

Native Hawaiian Duke Kahanamoku spread surfing to the world

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Flags mean sovereignty

On the Weekend Edition of the ICT Newscast, a Native studies professor talks stereotypes in the movies, and a program for healthy babies is in trouble. We visit with John Tahsuda about tribal elections. But first, and what do the stars and stripes mean to Indigenous people?

Davidica Little Spotted Horse of the Oglala Lakota Nation is a heavy metal musician living on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Photo by Mary Annette Pember

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The first of many milestones for Haudenosaunee Nationals

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Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, ICT, File)

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Cherokee Nation makes history with transportation compact

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Flags mean sovereignty

On the Weekend Edition of the ICT Newscast, a Native studies professor talks stereotypes in the movies, and a program for healthy babies is in trouble. We visit with John Tahsuda about tribal elections. But first, and what do the stars and stripes mean to Indigenous people?