During Native American Heritage Month, we welcome you to hear the stories and experiences of the more than 500 Tribal Nations in America.
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Native American Heritage Month
A Blackfeet Encounter
In the summer of 1806, the Lewis and Clark Expedition headed home from the Pacific Ocean. But Meriwether Lewis had not yet accomplished a mission from Thomas Jefferson. That mission would take him into the heart of Blackfeet country--in what is now Montana--and force him into the expedition's only life-or-death encounter with a party of Blackfeet Indians. 57 minutes
Broken by the legacy of colonialism, Lakota Tribes struggle for restoration, healing and rebuilding. This film is a conversation between the elder and younger generations about reclaiming their stories and culture. By looking at traditional family structure, spirituality, language and values, they hope to build a vision for the future.
An animated whimsical look at what Christmas Eve might be like for a magical American Indian village where tipis and TVs co-exist when the native Santa Claus named Old Red Shirt comes to deliver goodies for Native children. 5 minutes
An animated short film written and directed by Gary Robinson, with illustrations by Jesse T. Hummingbird. The whole family will enjoy this whimsical adaptation of the timeless classic yuletide song The Twelve Days of Christmas adapted to a Native American perspective and illustrated by one of America's great Indian artists. Twelve different Native American groups are represented in the lyrics and images of this fanciful animated short film.
5 minutesHome & EDU: $12.95Sale: $5.00