FNX is The first and only nationally broadcast television network in the U.S. exclusively devoted to Native American and World Indigenous content.
FNX NOW: WAA'T 2019
The program is organized yearly by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, with help from the Yucaipa Valley Historical Society, and was timed to coincide with the celebration of November as National Native American Heritage Month.
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FNX NOW: The 8th Annual Native Student Recognition Dinner
The 8th Annual Native Student Recognition Dinner celebrates and spotlights recent high school and college graduates from across California.
FNX Now: "Mural on the Ave"
Filmmaker/artist Missy Whiteman talks about growing up around the American Indian Cultural Corridor in the Minneapolis, Minnesota/Twin Cities area, and why her tie to the community made her participation in the "Mural on the Ave" project so important.