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The new year has already brought plenty of news across Indian Country. We learned more about the McGirt decision, lost co-founder of the American Indian Movement Clyde Bellecourt and explained how important redistricting is to Native voices.

Also, ICT launched a new yearlong project on Indigenous economics. "What is the state of Indigenous nations’ economies? How can we measure? Is there a way to represent that in a graphic?" Those are just a few questions ICT hopes to answer.

Before you check out our top January articles below, let's talk jobs. ICT wants to hear from you about jobs, work and life in your community. Take our survey.

Here are the ICT stories you should read up on.

NEWS

The ‘incorrigible’ Thunder Before the Storm

Ruling stands, McGirt not to be overturned

Hoping for an end to yearslong treaty rights fight

Historical paintings damaged in fire return to Montana tribal center

Breaking the legacy of violence

$180M price tag for Gila River rebrand, expansion

Supreme Court appointment could re-position tribal law

From Indian bar bouncer to humanitarian

First Native woman to lead Smithsonian American Indian museum

House panel promotes ideas to shrink wealth gap

Phoenix joins tribes, vows to prop up key reservoir

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Hia-Ced O'odham woman acquitted in border wall protest

‘An extraordinary Navajo leader’

Redistricting: Removing Native voices

Kyrsten Sinema meets with tribal leaders

Rapid City puts up $9 million for Native center

Let's talk jobs!

Churches starting to face facts on boarding schools

'Unsilenced': Stories of enslaved Indigenous people

The next Navajo Police Chief steps up

1972: Our long distance run

Will Indigenous people get apology from US?

CLIMATE CHANGE

The economics of climate accountability

Stop Enbridge ATX-69

Climate change, Indigenous community and ESG

What the heck is Indigenous economics?

ENTERTAINMENT

Sundance puts spotlight on Indigenous films

Youth literature award winners announced

$50K each goes to 10 Indigenous artists

Indigenous Star Gazing: Sundance Film Festival and more

No Golden Globe, ‘Reservation Dogs’ still a winner

TikTok brings Indigenous people together

ALASKA

Fighting to teach Alaska Native history

Proposed Alaska gold mine worries area tribes

Joe Biden reduces Alaska lands available for development

‘Pots of money’ out of reach for some

‘America’s forgotten Indigenous rights movement’

SPORTS

Indigenous focus hits the ice in pro hockey

GLOBAL INDIGENOUS NEWS

GLOBAL INDIGENOUS: Traditional foods, pesticides and violence

GLOBAL INDIGENOUS: Lands, flooding and secret deals

GLOBAL INDIGENOUS: Deforestation, death threats and mangroves

GLOBAL INDIGENOUS: Making history, remembering the past

WATCH: ICT NEWSCASTS

'The Rez Detective' & redistricting

Mashpee landback: 'A start in the right direction'

Joey Montoya: 'You are on Native Land'

Ime Salazar: 'Our home was lost’

Chuck Hoskin Jr: Oklahoma governor is 'anti-Indian'

Chris Wondolowksi hangs up his cleats

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