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  • Indigenous Focus

    Winds of Creativity-Paul Hacker has a knack for handcrafted creations. Hacker focuses his talents on historical pottery, flutes, custom knives, parfleche, and ledger art.


    Apache Legacy-Allan Houser is a Chiricahua Apache sculptor, painter, and book illustrator. He is one of the most renowned Native American painters and sculptors and his work is on display in galleries throughout the World.


    Indigenous Focus, Wednesday at 8:30pm PT / 11:30pm EST




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For The Rights of All: Ending Jim Crow In Alaska : 05:00 - 06:00

-Narrated by Peter Coyote, FOR THE RIGHTS OF ALL: ENDING JIM CROW IN ALASKA traces the Native Alaskan civil-rights movement. The film profiles the remarkable people behind the victories for citizenship, voting rights and school desegregation, including Alberta Schenck Adams ("Alaska's Rosa Parks") and Elizabeth Peratrovich, a unassuming young woman whose compelling testimony helped sway the Alaska State Senate to pass the first civil-rights bill since the Civil War. Blending re-enactments, rare and newly discovered historic footage and photographs, and interviews with tribal elders, FOR THE RIGHTS OF ALL chronicles Alaska Natives' efforts to honor their heritage and leverage their future.