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Brenda Meade, chair of the Coquille Tribal Council, shakes hands with members of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission on June 17, 2022, after the commission approved a co-management agreement between the tribe and state. (Photo courtesy of ODFW)

Oregon tribe, state leaders enter historic agreement

Amid drastic declines in Chinook salmon in the Coquille River watershed, the Coquille Indian Tribe began pushing the state for more authority in managing natural resources, culminating in a state commission approving an agreement

Bears Ears National Monument sign in Utah. (Photo courtesy of Utah Diné Bikéyah)

Co-management for Bears Ears

In this Weekend Edition of the ICT Newscast, meet an Ojibwe woman who is passionate about healthy mothers and children. The Alaska Native Heritage Center is a mainstay for cultural knowledge and education, and wisdom from a Yakama elder

The group is comprised of descendants of Marpiya te najin, Jeff Bolton who recently retired Chief Administrative Officer of Mayo Clinic, and Valerie Guimaraes from the trip to Santee, Nebraska. (Photo courtesy of Valerie Guimaraes)

Healing is a journey, not a destination

Mayo and Dakota tribal elders discussed ways that Mayo could honor Marpiya te najin and what would be appropriate

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A new day, a new ICT

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(L-R) Debra Bordeaux, the vice president of Student Services at Sinte Gleska University, US Treasurer Lynn Malerba, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Rosebud Sioux Tribe President Scott Herman on Wednesday, June 21, 2022 on the Rosebud Reservation. Malerba joined Yellen in meeting with tribal leaders in what is the first time a U.S. treasury secretary had visited a tribal community. (Photo by Vi Wahn, ICT)

Treasury secretary makes ‘historic’ visit to Rosebud

Janet Yellen and newly appointed U.S. Treasurer Lynn Malerba meet with tribal leaders