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Three super heroines (the Three Sisters) share their thoughts on the environment and the concept of environmentalism as they protect Turtle Island from an Evil Spirit.

An exploration on the cultural, historical and educational importance of Native language preservation.

A harshly comedic glimpse of rez life from the point of view of two babies. Featuring the 1491s.
How much influence did that existing democracy have on our Founding Fathers and on documents such as the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution? More than you know.
Ohlone activist and educator Corinna Gould talks about the destruction of sacred sites.

A re-interpretation of our national anthem, featuring the voice of 18-year-old Braunwyn Walsh (Navajo/Diné).

What does the future hold for us? Who can we turn to for guidance?

The Traditional Native American Farmers Association has been working since 1992 to increase the Native community's interest in agriculture, especially the youth.

Pomo for The Indian Children's Place, Hintil Kuu Ca is the only Native American child development center (CDC) in an urban area in California.

The Institute of American Indian Arts introduces new technology with the construction of their Digital Dome.

Native journalist Mark Trahant gives a report on the different ways that the Native vote impacted the results of the 2012 election.

After watching Back to the Future Part II, a young girl and her stuffed teddy bear try to invent a real, working hoverboard.


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