Don’t miss the broadcast premieres of “Searching for Sequoyah” (11/1), “Almost an Island” (11/2), and “Home From School” (11/23) this month on PBS.
Check your local PBS listings for availability. Programming may not be available in all areas.
The story of Madonna Thunder Hawk, one such AIM leader who shaped a kindred group of activists' children.
An unexpected and engaging picture of the little-known Native American marching band scene.
Two brothers from the Onondaga Nation pursue their dreams of playing lacrosse.
A feature film about the imminent peril to the Lakota language.
The story of famous poet N. Scott Momaday from his own voice, and in the voice of his daughter.
Follows Navajo and Hopi cross-country runners from two rival high schools.
Explores the controversial history of Indian boarding schools.
John Peabody Harrington's quest to document Native languages and how it strengthens the Native language revival movement today.
The American Indian perspective reframing today's complex energy debate.
A coming-of-age story of George Dull Knife, a Lakota teenager growing up on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.
A young Native American woman as she returns to Southeast Louisiana to reunite with her Houma Indian family.
Interweaves the lives of Native healers of today with that of the first Native American doctor.
The history of Kinzua Dam on the Allegheny River in Pennsylvania and its impact on the Seneca Nation of Indians.
Explore the untold story of how Indigenous women influenced the early suffragists in their fight for freedom and equality.
Words from a Bear examines the enigmatic life and mind of Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Navarro Scott Momaday, one of Native America’s Read More
Cultural preservation and environmental restoration efforts made by the Pokagon Band of the Potawatomi Indians.
Four Native American veterans reflect on their experiences in the military during the divisive Vietnam War.
Two Blackfeet families struggle to come to terms with the 1964 Montana flood.
A 13-part series exploring the art of tattooing as practiced by Indigenous peoples around the world.
Second season of a 13-part series exploring the art of tattooing as practiced by Indigenous peoples around the world.
Six Native women fight to heal a society crippled for far too long by violence against indigenous women in the Read More
The first documentary feature to chronicle the legendary accomplishments and mysterious life of the famed Cherokee Renaissance man, Sequoyah.
The story of a profound, essential, and, until now, missing chapter in the history of American music: the Indigenous influence.
The food-sovereignty movement occurring across the country through the stories of women.
Kate Beane, a young Dakota woman, examines the extraordinary life of her celebrated relative, Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa).
Wilma Mankiller was the first female Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, elected at a time when women faced considerable Read More
Four Alaska Native women fighting to save Kodiak Alutiiq, a critically endangered language.
Host Moses Brings Plenty (Oglala Lakota) guides this episode of Growing Native on a journey through Oklahoma’s past and present.
Host Chris Eyre (Cheyenne Arapaho) discovers the resilience of the Coast Salish Tribes of the Pacific Northwest.
Meet the Ojibwe and a tribe that was relocated to this region—the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin who care for these Read More
Alaska Native cultures have depended on the abundant natural resources. Now these resources are growing scarce, and the people have Read More
The first official “truth and reconciliation commission” of Native child adoption in the United States.
A portrait of Samuel Johns, a young Athabaskan hip hop artist, founder of the Forget Me Not Facebook Group.
ALMOST AN ISLAND is a cinematic portrait of the Goodwins, an Inupiat family living above the Arctic Circle in Kotzebue, Read More
The untold history of America’s Indian Adoption Era - a time when nearly one-third of children were removed from tribal Read More
ATTLA tells the gripping but virtually unknown story of George Attla, an Alaska Native dogsled racer.
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