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Navajo Nation leaders finalize the Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Act with the United States and Utah. (Photo courtesy of Navajo Nation Office of President and Vice President Communications)

Navajo sign water rights settlement with Utah, feds

It's one of 16 tribal water rights settlements that the Biden administration is devoting $1.7 billion to fund from the recently enacted federal infrastructure bill

James Anderson, son of founder of "Famous Dave's," gives the keynote address at the 2022 Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, ICT)

Wrapping up RES 2022

On the Friday ICT Newscast, RES 2022 is a wrap. We bring you interviews with Native leaders, government officials and artists. And we mourn the loss of our relatives in Texas

Powell library at UCLA is one of the most beautiful college libraries in the US. (Photo by Campus Grotto, Creative Commons)

Education reparation: UC tuition scholarships for Natives are just, overdue

'UC has not been sufficiently accessible to the very people whose dispossession was core to its founding'

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Interior Secretary Deb Haaland speaking with boarding school survivors on May 11, 2022. (Photo by Jourdan Bennett-Begaye)

ICT May 2022 reads

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

Chemehuevi photographer Cara Romero's works will be exhibited through Aug. 14 at the San Bernardino Museum in California, including this work, "Evolvers," showing children running through a field in Palm Springs, California. (Photo courtesy of Cara Romero)

INDIGENOUS A&E: Mojave photography, 'Reservation Dogs' and fellowships

A biweekly column from Indian Country Today with the latest news from the arts and entertainment world