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Caribou, fall colors, (Western Arctic National Parklands, courtesy of Creative Commons)

GLOBAL INDIGENOUS: Traditional foods, pesticides and violence

Coverage around the world on Indigenous issues for the week ending Jan. 23, 2022

Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. (Screenshot from ICT Newscast on Jan. 25, 2022)

Hoskin Jr: Oklahoma governor is 'anti-Indian'

An update from the Principle Chief of the Cherokee Nation, a conversation about grief and mourning. Plus, more on how the United States Postal Service impacts rural communities

(Photo courtesy of Heidi Heitkamp)

Protect voting rights in Indian Country

Turnout among Native American voters will be consequential in determining some of the most competitive House and Senate races in the country this year

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In this photo taken on Feb. 17, 2015, Clayvin Herrera, right, a game warden for the Crow Tribe, and fellow tribe citizen Ronnie Fisher, are shown on the Crow Reservation in northern Wyoming. A top official within the U.S. Department of Justice says the U.S. Supreme Court should review a case in which a Crow tribal citizen and game warden from Montana is asserting his treaty right to hunt elk in the Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming. Herrera was found guilty of killing an elk in the forest in January 2014. He was sentenced to probation and ordered to pay $8,080. (AP Photo/The Billings Gazette, James Woodcock)

Hoping for an end to yearslong treaty rights fight

A 2019 U.S. Supreme Court ruling affirmed off-reservation hunting treaty rights for the Crow Tribe. Wyoming officials have been resisting that decision ever since.

The calcium markings on the rock formations in Lake Mead, a Colorado River reservoir, show the impact of a 17-year drought on water levels. If the level drops below 1,025 feet, a state report says Arizona will lose access to 480,000 acre-feet of water from the Colorado River, or enough water for about a million family households for one year.

Phoenix joins tribes, vows to prop up key reservoir

A new agreement attempts to keep Lake Mead, the country’s largest reservoir, from crashing below a critical level that would trigger drastic conservation measures for 40 million people