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Honoring Indigenous art

On Tuesday's ICT newscast, Marty Two Bulls, Jr. is a honoree for the 2022 United States Artist Fellowship. Brent Cahwee breaks down all things basketball. Plus Underscore's Myers Reece profiles efforts to restore the Kalapuya language

Marty Two Bulls Jr. is a Oglala Lakota citizen and a honoree for the 2022 United States Artist Fellowship. He is a full time faculty member at the Oglala Lakota College. He joins the newscast to talk about what this fellowship means to him. 

Brent Cahwee, Pawnee and Euchee, is breaking down basketball: from high school state tournaments and NCAA teams to the NBA. Cahwee is the co-founder of the popular

Myers Reece is the managing editor of His recent story "You lose a language, you lose a culture” is profiling efforts to restore the Kalapuya language. He tells us more. 

  • The Pentagon said Tuesday it is permanently shutting down the Navy's Red Hill fuel facility.

  • The global death toll from COVID-19 has reached 6 million.

  • New Mexico Indigenous language instructors will receive a higher teacher’s salary thanks to new legislation.

  • Congratulations go out to the hit TV series “Reservation Dogs.”

  • Happy International Women's Day! Today is a day that celebrates the achievements of women all over the world.


Tuesday's newscast was created with help from:

Aliyah Chavez, Kewa Pueblo, is the anchor of the ICT newscast. On Twitter: @aliyahjchavez.

Kaitlin Onawa Boysel, Cherokee, is a producer/reporter for Indian Country Today. On Instagram: @KaitlinBoysel Boysel is based in Springfield, Illinois.

Maxwell Montour, Pottawatomi, is a newscast editor for Indian Country Today. On Instagram: max.montour Montour is based in Phoenix.

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