Also known as National American Indian Heritage Month or National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, November is dedicated to paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Indigenous people throughout the United States.
Celebrate NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH November 1-30
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Enjoy a special collection of programs, highlights, and resources that celebrate the history, culture, and traditions of Native Americans.
Native American and Alaska Native Heritage MonthPBS
Hear from Native American and Alaska Native communities and storytellers in this collection of documentaries.
Native American Heritage CollectionPBS LearningMedia
Take a look at Indigenous art, history, and culture as told through the historians, artists, students, and scientists in this featured resource collection.
Experience the Vision Maker Media Film Festivalvisionmakermedia.org
Vision Maker Media is celebrating “Together” by gathering Native American and Alaska Native films for its ninth biennial film festival. You can stream the participation films online until November 13, 2022.
Buffy Sainte-Marie: Carry it On
The story of the Oscar-winning Indigenous artist from her rise to prominence in the folk music scene through her groundbreaking career as a singer-songwriter, social activist, educator and artist. Premieres Nov. 22 on PBS 6.
In this series from Independent Lens, see how cooking connects three Native chefs to their own histories. Watch as they teach others in their communities with mouth-watering delicacies.
At the intersection of Native knowledge and modern scholarship is a new vision of America. This 4-part series, available to stream with AZPM Passport, explores the world created by America’s First Peoples.
Home From School: The Children Of Carlisle
Among the many who died at Carlisle Indian Industrial School were three Northern Arapaho boys. Now, more than a century later, tribal members journey from Wyoming to Pennsylvania to help them finally come home.
Learn how Native communities are working toward sustainable food sovereignty and renewable energy sources, and how they are adapting to impacts from climate change.
The Warrior Tradition
The Warrior Tradition tells the astonishing, heartbreaking, inspiring, and largely-untold story of Native Americans in the United States military.
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