PBS is advancing the long-standing tradition of storytelling started centuries ago by the Indigenous peoples of the Americas.
This fall, PBS stations all across the nation are broadcasting many new shows and new seasons from your past favorites!

Although many Indigenous cultures in America have been decimated and displaced through genocide, disease, warfare and forced relocation,
Indigenous peoples are still alive and continue to thrive in society today. We honor these remarkable and resilient people, as well as their modern-day descendants.

Ed Kabotie from playlist 48

Several generations of Native American women in native dress

Hear from Aliyah Chavez of Indian Country Today as she explains what she loves about her heritage.

Check out Tomas Karmelo Amaya of Indian Country Today as he explains what he loves about his heritage.

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Hoop dancing from art in the 48