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On the Thursday edition of the ICT Newscast, Indigenous Peoples Day is almost here. We preview the events happening around the country. We learn about a new project at Zuni Pueblo increasing food sovereignty. Meet an emerging artist from Canada increasing Indigenous representation in the music industry
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