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Indian Country Today is celebrating 40 years of Indigenous storytelling.

ICT is a news organization that reports about Indigenous communities. Support Indigenous journalism to continue our storytelling.

ICT is hosting a virtual fundraising event on Wednesday, and we need your help to mark this occasion. Our goal is to raise $40,000. The good news is that we are halfway there.

Join ICT at 7 p.m. EST. ICT will stream the event live from our website and social media platforms.

Text “ICT40th” to 501-55 to help us meet our goal to raise $40,000 for the future of Indigenous journalism. You can even follow our progress to make this goal here:

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The fundraiser will share stories of ICT’s legacy. From what started as a weekly newspaper has now grown into the most trusted source for Indigenous news.

Your support comes at a crucial time as we are experiencing incredible growth. Our mission is two-fold. First, to improve the quality of reporting about our Indigenous communities on a national platform. Second, we want to be a place for young people to build careers.

ICT at 40: 'We reported like Indians, from the ground up'
Indian Country Today aims to raise $40,000 for 40th Anniversary

(L to R) Aliyah Chavez, Mark Trahant, Nikki Huser and Shirley Sneve watch the ICT broadcast in Las Vegas, Nevada, in July 2021. (Photo by Jaynie Parrish)
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