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A cloud hovers over Mount Adams in Yakima, Washington, in this file photo from 2016. Mount Adams, known as Pahto, is the second tallest mountain in Washington. It was finally returned to the Yakama Nation through an executive order by President Richard M. Nixon on May 20, 2022. (Sofia Jaramillo/Yakima Herald-Republic via AP)

Fifty years ago: Mount Adams returned to Yakama people

An executive order signed by Richard Nixon in 1972 returned the sacred Pahto mountain to tribal lands, but disputes continue to arise


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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Indigenous LGBTQ+ youth face difficult challenge with new laws

New laws in Florida, Texas put Two-Spirit Native youth at risk

Rep. Charles Graham of Robeson County, speaks against HB 324 during debate on the the House floor on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021 in Raleigh, N.C. The bill passed by a 60-41 vote and be will sent to Governor Roy Cooper. If signed into law it will establish new rules on how schools can teach about racism. (Robert Willett/The News & Observer via AP)

Charles Graham wins Democratic nomination

UPDATED: North Carolina could have its first Indigenous person elected to Congress in November #NativeVote22