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Sunrise gathering on Alcatraz Island, Nov. 25, 2021. (Photo by Dalton Walker, Indian Country Today)

ICT November 2021 reads

Catch up on the stories that made headlines in this last month

football, NFL

'Indigenous Bowl' to feature Indian Country’s best

The nation's best Native high school football players will gather in Minneapolis this weekend for the fourth annual "Indigenous Bowl."More on the 50th anniversary of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, and an update on what's happening in Washington D.C.

Tribal Council Chairwoman Shelly R. Fyant, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (courtesy image)

Tester is putting the money where his mouth is

The $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act could not have come at a better time

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Chopped-down trees can be seen in the Mau Forest in Kenya in this 2009 photo. Today, in 2021, the Indigenous Ogiek people are partnering with the Kenyan government to restore their homelands in the forest. More than 60,000 Native trees have been replanted in devastated areas. (AP Photo/Khalil Senosi)

GLOBAL INDIGENOUS: Forests, firsts and fighting back

Coverage around the world on Indigenous issues

Oglala Lakota, Omaha and Navajo hip-hop artist Nataanii Means shared his experiences at Standing Rock and performed his songs for students and professors at Norfolk State University. (Photo Vincent Schilling, Indian Country Today)

Nataanii Means: ‘It’s all about growth’

The Oglala Lakota, Omaha and Navajo hip-hop artist and son of Russell Means, opens up about the trauma and aftermath of #NoDAPL, and his upcoming album ‘Growth’