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Po’pay, an Ohkay Owngeh leader, led the pueblo nations in a successful revolt against the Spanish in 1680. A seven-foot-high statue of him can be find in the United States Capitol visitors center. (Photo by Architect of the Capitol)

Remembering the Pueblo Revolt

On this Tuesday edition of the ICT Newscast, a Cherokee citizen makes history as she becomes the president-elect of the American Bar Association. The Inflation Reduction Act — what’s in it for Indigenous communities? We explain. Commemorating the anniversary of the 1680 Pueblo Revolt

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NASA Astronaut Nicole Mann becomes familiar with the spacecraft and its displays during a training at SpaceX in Hawthorne, California. (Photo courtesy of NASA)

First Native woman in space

Astronaut Nicole Aunapu Mann will be traveling to the International Space Station and, if chosen, is on route to potentially being the first woman on the moon

Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, and Gov. Tim Walz are working to secure another four years in office. She cast her ballot on August 1.

Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan heads to the general election

Seven Indigenous candidates advance to the general election for state House, Senate seats #NativeVote22

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