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Indian Country Today
Indian Country Today is a spacious channel that serves Indigenous communities with news, entertainment, and opinion.
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Indian Country Today 10h
Rebecca Miles, Nez Perce, grew up with serious respiratory problems, but lately they had subsided — until COVID-19. “All of a sudden, it’s like I couldn’t breathe.”
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Indian Country Today 11h
President Donald Trump had effectively ended the Obama administration's practice of reviewing the cases of men held at Guantanamo and releasing them if imprisonment was no longer deemed necessary. Now there's hope that will resume under Biden.
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Indian Country Today 11h
Arizona State University researchers on Nov. 19 projected that hospitals in the state will exceed their capacities unless steps are taken.
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Indian Country Today 11h
Navajo Tribal Utility Authority received $14.5 million from the tribe's $714 million federal CARES Act allotment to connect 510 homes.
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Indian Country Today 11h
Here’s a list of how to make the most of the holiday weekend during the pandemic:
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Indian Country Today 12h
Works of five Native American artists — Chicksaw, Tlingit and Athabascan, Apsaalooke, Karuk, and Grand Ronde Confederation — decorate Wells Fargo credit and debit cards.
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Indian Country Today 13h
“The disparity between white women and women of color has a lot to do with systemic racism.”
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Indian Country Today 13h
Watch: Editor Mark Trahant also explains how one school in northwest New Mexico is using busses to bring Navajo Nation students some essential items.
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Indian Country Today 14h
The Trump administration says no to the southwest Alaska gold, copper Pebble mine. Yup’ik, Dena’ina, and Alutiiq tribes in Southwest Alaska celebrate.
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Indian Country Today 15h
All sorts of things celebrating Native American Heritage Month have taken place since the start of November, read about some of them here!
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Indian Country Today 16h
Top 10 Stories: What Indian Country read this past week as of November 28, 2020
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Indian Country Today 16h
Watch: Director Tsanavi Spoonhunter talks about her award winning film
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Indian Country Today 17h
Nick Tilsen set two lofty goals for his fledgling nonprofit: to become the country's largest, Indigenous-led nonprofit, and to fundamentally change the culture of U.S. philanthropy.
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Indian Country Today 18h
Pope Francis raised 13 new cardinals to the highest rank in the Catholic hierarchy Saturday and immediately warned them not to use their titles for corrupt, personal gain, presiding over a ceremony marked from beginning to end by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Indian Country Today 18h
Biden says his top legislative priority for LGBTQ issues is the Equality Act, passed by the House of Representatives last year but stalled in the Senate.
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Indian Country Today 18h
The bottle retails for $15 on the company’s website, and $5 from every bottle sold will benefit the Navajo Nation.
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Indian Country Today 18h
Four tribes on Louisiana's Gulf Coast requested United Nations assistance this year to force action by the U.S. government on invading salt.
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Indian Country Today 19h
As the country goes through this surge of COVID-19 cases, many in Indian Country are sharing their stories on social media like Arvina Martin. Learn more here:
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Indian Country Today 20h
In monumental first, the Oglala Sioux Tribe elects first LGBTQ person to executive council
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Indian Country Today 21h
The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma is buying the family ranch where young Will Rogers grew up
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