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Two decades of progress

The director of the Sundance Institute's Indigenous film program is parting ways with the organization. Plus, ICT's Joaqlin Estus tells us about her story, "Good and bad days for Hawai'i businesses"
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After two decades, N. Bird Runningwater, director of the Indigenous film program at the Sundance Institute, is parting ways with the organization. He is Cheyenne and Mescalero Apache. We find out what's next for him.

(Related: N. Bird Runningwater: ‘A fond farewell to Sundance’)

ICT national correspondent Joaqlin Estus takes a deep dive into her reporting, "Good and bad days for Hawai'i businesses.” She tells us more about tourism in Hawai'i.

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