September 21, 2006

PBS to explore Indians today

Series on contemporary Indian issues coming to a TV set near youA 13-part television series set to air early next year examines issues relevant to modern-day Native Americans such as tribal sovereignty, treaties, Indain spirituality and celebrations as well as economic development, politics and education.

“Indian Pride” is being produced by Prairie Public Television of Fargo, North Dakota, and will air on PBS stations nationwide come February.

1 comment:

Rob said...

All the documentaries I've seen about Indians in recent years have been good. By that I mean not blatantly biased or stereotypical. You never know, but I doubt PBS will do a half-assed job on this one.