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Pictured: Seneca Nation President Matthew Pagels receiving the medal from Melissa Brown, executive director of the Buffalo History Museum.

Novel traces generational knowledge

On the Monday edition of the ICT Newscast, it’s fiction, but it strikes close to home. Oscar Ho-kia talks about his first novel. A new study shows that the HPV vaccine is making a difference. Melissa Buffalo tells us more. Plus, Navajo Nation politics is getting more diverse. Political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw tells us why

“Oak Flat is like Mount Sinai to us — our most sacred site where we connect with our Creator, our faith, our families, and our land,” said Dr. Wendsler Nosie, Sr. of Apache Stronghold. “It is a place of healing that has been sacred to us since long before Europeans arrived on this continent. My children, grandchildren, and the generations after them deserve to practice our traditions at Oak Flat.”

The work to heal Indian Country

Coming up, a Seneca artist is honored for his community work. An update on imprisoned activist Leonard Peltier. Plus, a historical novel looks at the Oklahoma oil boom, And Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland hears from boarding school survivors

Jared Yazzie collaborates with NFL to create new gear for the 2023 Super Bowl

Indigenous artist strikes NFL deal

On the Thursday edition of the ICT Newscast, the impact of McGirt v. Oklahoma. We meet with author and professor Robert J. Miller to talk about his new book. An exhibit featuring artists from the Great Plains region is scheduled to travel across the US and the world. Plus, one of the hottest Indigenous fashion brands is gearing up for a huge NFL collaboration