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Scam targets vulnerable communities

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On the Wednesday edition of the ICT Newscast, IndigiPolitics with John Tahsuda looks at the South Carolina primary election and the 40 percent of Republicans who said no to another Trump presidency. Speaker for the Navajo Nation Council holds scammers accountable for targeting Navajo citizens seeking help through sober living homes. The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation sees changes

On this week’s IndigiPolitics, we talk about the nearly 40 percent of Republican voters who rejected former president Donald Trump in the South Carolina primary and opted for Nikki Haley. ICT political correspondent Pauly Denetclaw talks with regular contributor John Tahsuda.

A foundation that supports Indigenous artists is celebrating the tenure of its founding CEO. Lulani Arquette is retiring as the founding executive at the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation. ICT senior producer Shirley Sneve has this interview.

In the Southwest, Navajo Nation Council Speaker Crystalyne Curly is working to hold scammers accountable for targeting the nation’s citizens. Last year, it was reported that a number of citizens were roped into sober living scams and taken to facilities in Phoenix. ICT producer Paris Wise has the story.

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