Dancing for healing
On Wednesday's ICT Newscast, we are learning about a powerful dream from a Bush Fellow. Plus, we meet a filmmaker who was honored at a prestigious film conference called INPUT and there's new leadership at the Friendship House in San Francisco
NBC's, MSNBC's new Tlingit commentator
On Wednesday's ICT Newscast, we learn about a Tlingit citizen who has been named a contributor to NBC News and MSNBC. More on a push for a Haudenosaunee team at the 2028 Olympics. Plus, a politics update with John Tahsuda
Fighting for truth, healing
On Monday's ICT newscast we are learning how one Indigenous rehab center is fighting alcohol and substance abuse disorders, Plus, a new federal Indian boarding school commission, and investigating a boarding school in South Dakota
National MMIP Day
On Thursday's ICT Newscast, we recognize Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day. We speak with the chairwoman of the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center. Plus, MMIP events and more from an anti-violence activist and consultant
'Our decision to withdraw was agonizing'
On Monday's ICT Newscast, Ginger Sykes Torres tells us about her decision to end her campaign for Congress. Plus, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in Oklahoma vs. Castro-Huerta last week and more on federally run boarding schools in Wisconsin
Focusing on Indian Country's bright future
Coming up on the weekend edition of the ICT newscast: We hear from Indigenous female pro soccer player. And more on the U.S. Secretary of Education's visit to New Mexico. Plus, a children’s book author honors her parents and it's time to dance your style!
Madison Hammond: The first but not the last
On Tuesday's ICT Newscast, we meet the first Indigenous player in the National Women's Soccer League. An award-winning children's author tells us about her new book. Plus, an Ojibwe artist perpetuates culture through paintings and dance
Colorado River most in danger
We meet a Seminole artist on Tuesday's ICT newscast. Her work is being displayed at Florida State University. Plus, the Jicarilla Apache Nation water administrator is breaking down a climate crisis. We also talk with the Osage News editor about new opportunities for Osage citizens.
Indian Country's forward thinkers
Coming up on the ICT Newscast's weekend edition: Coming up, we're highlighting Indigenous leaders who are striving for a better tomorrow. Plus, a deadly threat to bison herds in the Great Plains. And legendary performer Gary Farmer discusses his latest projects
'They need to pay attention to us'
Coming up on the weekend edition of the ICT Newscast: We hear from national and local leaders who are supporting water rights and unhoused Native people. Plus, we’re taking you behind the scenes of the second anniversary of the launch of this broadcast
Indian Country flourishes during spring
Coming up on the weekend edition of the ICT Newscast, more on the new office for missing and murdered Indigenous persons in South Dakota. Music from a classical guitar player and a milestone for ICT. Plus hoop dancers compete in Phoenix!
2022: Hoop Dance World Championships
On Wednesday's ICT Newscast, the American Indian Development Corporation CEO shares his efforts and the Interior Department is proposing revision on key processes affecting Native communities. Plus, we have all of the sights and sounds from the 2022 Hoop Dance World Championships
Creating new paths to leadership
Coming up on the weekend edition of the ICT Newscast: We continue to celebrate Women’s History Month with three more Indigenous leaders. And more on a renewed effort to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline. Plus, the Denver March Powwow welcomes dancers back to the arena
Electric school buses for Native children
Coming up on ICT Newscast, EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan tells us how his agency is investing in Native communities. Plus, we’re featuring entrepreneur Ruth-Ann Thorn and more on a discrimination lawsuit filed by a Native educator
'The Dakota Access Pipeline is operating without a permit'
On Wednesday's ICT Newscast, the founder of NDN Collective shares a damning new report it released on the Dakota Access Pipeline. Plus, we break down the life and legacy of Rep. Don Young and we continue our celebration of Women's History Month
Giving voice to women leaders
Coming up, women making a difference in Hollywood and Washington, D.C. We are visiting with actress DeLanna Studi and the new chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities Shelly Lowe. Plus an incredible hoop dancer gears up to defend his title at the world championship.
Russia's invasion impacts Arctic communities
On Wednesday's ICT Newscast, we're taking a closer look at how the Russian invasion of Ukraine impacts Arctic communities and more on our coverage of the 50th anniversary of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. Plus, a recap of this week's grim two-year anniversary of COVID-19
'I'm doing everything I can to bring support to Indian Country'
On Tuesday's ICT newscast, U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids addresses key legislation in Washington. Plus, we are talking about the McGirt decision, cybersecurity and language revitalization in Montana
Rock Opera rewrites California history
On Monday's ICT newscast, we meet a Hoopa director, composer, and writer of the Native American Rock Opera's "Something inside is Broken." Plus a look back at the World Eskimo Indian Olympics and the future of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act