Land back for Tunica-Biloxi
On the holiday Friday edition of the ICT Newscast, it encores with the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana on a recent land acquisition, and a Potowatami biologist who just won the MacArthur Fellowship award and we’ll take a close look at the Phoenix Suns jersey that honors tribes
Native youth visit White House
Gabriella Nakai joined about 100 other Native youth at the White House Tribal Youth Summit last week and tells us about her experience. We meet the new director of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in New Mexico. And hear what fans are saying about the NBA’s Phoenix Suns jersey that honors tribes
New book highlights Indigenous wellbeing
Coming up, we visit one of the authors of a new book highlighting Indigenous teachings for living well. Plus, Crystal Echo Hawk of IllumiNative joins us to talk about its new campaign, 'Good Relatives.' And Holly Cook Macarro breaks down Nancy Pelosi’s record in Indian Country
First Indigenous bishop elected
On the Monday edition of the ICT Newscast, The chief medical officer of the Indian Health Service gives an update on COVID-19 vaccines. An Ojibway veteran is being honored by the Canadian Postal Service with a new stamp. And, we talk to the first elected Indigenous bishop from the Midwest
O’odham waila music
On the Wednesday edition of the ICT Newscast, Gertrude Lopez is the only woman on the Tohono O'odham Nation to lead a waila band. Gertie and the T.O. Boyz have traveled across the country sharing their unique music. And John Tashuda gives his perspective on the 2022 Election
Veterans honored through sculpture
On this Veteran’s Day edition of the ICT Newscast, Michael Naranjo has made a name for himself in the world of sculpture, despite not being able to see. A new Children’s book "Mashkiki Road" teaches Ojibwe values. It's a traditional among the Pueblo people for the men to weaved clothes for the family
Veterans Memorial unveiled
On the Thursday edition of the ICT Newscast, the Phoenix Suns wear a new jersey dedicated to the 22 tribes in Arizona. See how the NBA players like their new look. Thousands are on their way to Washington, D.C. to attend the dedication ceremony of the National Native American Veterans Memorial. The first tribal political appointee in FEMA’s history joins the show to talk about her new role
Native vote coverage
On this Election Day, Tuesday, of the ICT Newscast, we continue our Native vote coverage from San Bernardino, California. The director of the US Census Bureau talks about counting Indigenous people. New data shows Native people worked from home less than others. Meet creative native Jhon Goes In Center.
One day left to vote
On the Monday edition of ICT Newscast, Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, the Pima County recorder, has been busy administering early voting in Arizona. A Navajo citizen is doing his part to bring water to his nation. Oglala Lakota artist Keith BraveHeart talks about his work
Meet 'The Singing Psychologist'
On the Tuesday edition of the ICT Newscast, the push to get Native people to the polls is on, we’ll hear about the efforts by the Native Action Network. A Rapid City organization brings Indigenous artists together. Darryl Tonemah, The Singing Psychologist, has a new podcast
An update on Native candidates
On the Wednesday edition of the ICT Newscast, the midterm elections are less than two weeks away. Another Kansas lawmaker tells us why she is retiring from office after more than a decade of service. Maegan Rides At The Door talks to us about healing from childhood trauma
Indigenous astronauts in space
On the Tuesday edition of the ICT Newscast, Native astronauts in space. John Herrington explains Nicole Mann’s mission at the International Space Station. Plus, US Sen. Brian Schatz talks policy for Indigenous communities and a preview of the Alaska Federation of Natives conference
Energy solutions for tribes
On the Monday edition of the ICT Newscast, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm joins the show. She tells ICT about her vision for tribal energy. Survivors of Canada’s 60s Scoop share their stories. As we enter the holiday shopping season, we have tips for protecting your identity
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Miss USA competition: 'It was a dream'
On the Thursday edition of the ICT Newscast, this year’s Miss North Dakota USA is Indigenous. We visit with SaNoah LaRocque. A look at Brackeen v. Haaland, the case before the Supreme Court that could change the Indian Child Welfare Act. A partnership with ICT and Reveal examines Indigenous boarding schools in the U.S
Zuni youth and food sovereignty
On the Thursday edition of the ICT Newscast, Indigenous Peoples Day is almost here. We preview the events happening around the country. We learn about a new project at Zuni Pueblo increasing food sovereignty. Meet an emerging artist from Canada increasing Indigenous representation in the music industry
Northwest battles an invasive species
On the Tuesday edition of the ICT Newscast, Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernandez talks Navajo fairs and voting in Indian Country. Tribes along the Pacific Northwest coast are in a desperate fight to fend off an invasive species, and efforts to find reasons behind mental health issues facing Native youth.
Leaders meet on energy policy
On the Monday edition of the ICT Newscast, the seventh annual tribal energy summit starts this week and the Yurok tribe is also hosting a summit on missing and murdered Indigenous relatives. We get a preview of those events. More on the life expectancy drop for Native people
Native artist sees with his hands
On the Wednesday edition of the ICT Newscast, how is the Indian Health Service gearing up to protect Indian Country from monkeypox? Michael Naranjo has made his mark on the world of art despite not being able to see. Will a Continuing Resolution pass to avoid a government shutdown?
Pueblo weaving traditions
On the Monday edition of the ICT Newscast, Indigenous Peoples Day is right around the corner. We hear about a first-of-its kind celebration in Phoenix. How are Pueblo weaving traditions being kept alive? We learn about Native archival materials like newspapers, photographs and more
Oceti Sakowin school opens
On the Monday edition of the ICT Newscast, health advocates are celebrating 50 years at the National Indian Health Board. The Native American Journalists Association could get a new name, and a new Indigenous-led school opens in Rapid City, we’ll see how the first few weeks are going.