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On this Friday edition of the ICT Newscast, sisters play friends in the hit series, “Reservation Dogs.” Meet woman known as the Navajo Knitter shows, and Mary Smith sets the bar a little higher for all native lawyers
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For the first time ever, a Native woman will head the American Bar Association. Mary Smith recently became the president of the group that's called the national voice of the legal profession.

The high rate of suicide in Indian Country is no secret. Sadly, that includes Native veterans who often suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. Diné Naazbaa Partnership does outreach to veterans to help them have a better quality of life. Bernie Tyler leads the program.

When you think of Native art, knitted caps and sweaters might not come to mind immediately. Yet, that's what Jennifer Berg is making. She's Navajo and grew up in a family of weavers and learned Navajo textiles at a young age.

Imagine having not one, not two, but three actors in the family. Now think what it would be like if they all got roles in the same series. That's what's happening with Tamara, Sara and Jennifer Podemski. Almost. Sandra Schulman has more.

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