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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

Stacey Montooth, Walker River Paiute, is executive director of the State of Nevada Indian Commission. (Photo by Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, ICT)

A closer look at Indigenous politics

On Thursday's ICT Newscast, it is the final day of the 2022 Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas. A Nevada leader weighs in on boarding schools and we meet an award-winning education advocate. Plus, a politics update

Leslie Logan. (Photo courtesy of Leslie Logan)

The seeds of racism and hate hurt us all

‘The heinous and deadly attack at a Buffalo supermarket is the latest, unspeakable example of what can happen when racism is normalized and allowed to grow, fester, and be unleashed’

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HUD Secretary Marcia L. Fudge recently visited an affordable housing development on the Catawba Nation in South Carolina.

$147M in grants awarded to tribal communities

HUD announced $95 million in grants for affordable housing and $52 million for community development

Sockeye salmon strips hang in a smokehouse on the Kuskokwim River at Yukon Delta Refuge. (Photo by Lisa Hupp/USFWS, courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

Federal government sues Alaska over subsistence

Subsistence is vitally important to villages, as it is to the economy of all of rural Alaska. It's also deeply ingrained in Indigenous way of life