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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

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Setting Indigenous excellence

On the weekend edition of the ICT Newscast, we learn about truth and healing. Plus, Alyssa London takes on MSNBC and the Haudenosaunee bid for the Olympics in 2028

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 Iroquois Nationals vs. Team USA WILC 2015 Gold Medal Game (Photo Vincent Schilling)

Haudenosaunee Nationals’ quest for Olympic glory continues

In a few months, a major decision by the International Olympic Committee will determine if lacrosse is an Olympic sport. Even if it does, for the Nationals lacrosse teams, it gets complicated

Iconic Inuit musician Susan Aglukark received the Juno Humanitarian Award in Canada on May 15, 2022, for her work with Northern Indigenous youth. Aglukark is the most decorated Inuit musician/singer/songwriter in Canada, having won four Junos in 11 nominations since the release of her debut album in the early 1990s. She is shown here in a 2004 file photo performing during a celebration of the fifth anniversary of the birth of Nunavut, Canada's newest territory, at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in New York. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)

Indigenous artists shine in 2022 Juno Awards

Inuit icon Susan Aglukark wins Humanitarian Award for her work with Indigenous youth