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How to run for public office

The co-founder and executive director of Advance Native Political Leadership breaks down how to run for public office. We recap the National Congress of American Indians virtual meetings, and 'Molly of Denali' celebrates Elizabeth Peratrovich Day

Anathea Chino, Acoma Pueblo, is the co-founder and executive director of Advance Native Political Leadership. She joins the ICT newscast to share how to run for public office. 

ICT’s Kolby KickingWoman covered the executive council winter session hosted by the National Congress of American Indians on Monday. He shares insights, plus more on the Walker River Paiute Super Bowl champion. 

Elizabeth Peratrovich Day is celebrated in Alaska on Feb. 16. The PBS Kids series "Molly of Denali" celebrates this holiday. Indigenous creatives Princess Johnson and Yatibaey Evans tell us more about the episode.

A slice of our Indigenous world

  • The National Congress of American Indians held its annual State of Indian Nations address, and its executive council winter session on Monday. 
  • In Kansas, Indigenous students are celebrating a legal win to protect the rights of journalists.
  • Jolyana Begay Kroupa competed for the title of Miss Navajo then wrote an award-winning book about her experience. ICT's Patty Talahongva reports. 
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