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The Indigenous Football Combine in Phoenix, May 14, 2022 (Photo by Dalton Walker, Indian Country Today)

Indigenous prep football talent ‘show out’

Dozens of Indigenous football players participate in the free Indigenous Football Combine in Arizona


Fighting for truth, healing

On Monday's ICT newscast we are learning how one Indigenous rehab center is fighting alcohol and substance abuse disorders, Plus, a new federal Indian boarding school commission, and investigating a boarding school in South Dakota

ANCSA: Three men identified as left to right: Howard Rock, Theodore Hetzel, and Tom Snapp. They appear to be discussing the items on the table in front of them, which appears to be printer's type blocks and plates. (Photo courtesy of Alaska and Polar Regions Collections, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks)

Remembering Howard Rock, Tundra Times founder and editor

'My visit with him… revealed to me something of the spiritual qualities of human existence'

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The late Ojibwe artist George Morrison is featured on a U.S. Postal Service stamp issued April 22, 2022. Morrison's works featured vibrant landscapes and drew from Cubism, Surrealism and abstract expressionism. He died in 2000. (Photo by Dalton Walker/Indian Country Today)

Late Ojibwe artist gets stamp of approval

U.S. Postal Service releases Forever stamp featuring the abstract works of George Morrison

Pictured: Justice Raquel Montoya-Lewis, an enrolled member of the Pueblo of Isleta Tribe of New Mexico, is running to retain her seat on the Washington Supreme Court.

Indigenous justice in Washington state takes leave

The Isleta Pueblo judge is Washington Supreme Court's first Native justice