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Recently in Native News
Recently in Native News: Native Americans are continuing to receive recognition and attain success in classrooms, art exhibits, social policies and more.
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PBS â€œNative Americaâ€ Docuseries Explores Americaâ€™s First Peoples
Native Americans inspired modern-day democracy and built a pyramid larger than the Egyptian pyramids. To learn more, watch this PBS docuseries about the remarkable enduring civilizations of indigenous people pre-Columbus,
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PBS Documentary on Native American Diets
â€œHealthy food choices are in abundance for most Americans, but thatâ€™s not always the case for our Native American citizens,â€ said Rafael Tapia, Jr., PWNA Vice President of Programs.
POV | PBS Air “Up Heartbreak Hill”
Up Heartbreak Hill is a Native American teen documentary about the struggles that they face.
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