ERIC Number: ED364367
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Catalog of Programming 1993-94.
Native American Public Broadcasting Consortium, Lincoln, NE.
This catalog indexes and describes over 175 Native American programs produced for public television and available on video to public television stations, schools, libraries, and educational users. Introductory pages describe the development of the Native American Public Broadcasting Consortium and present brief biographies of nine Native American producers. An alphabetical index of program titles categorizes entries and indicates national or regional interest. Categories are arts, ceremony, children, economy, education, history, lifestyle, and multicultural relations. The entries are annotated and may indicate running time, year, and producer. Topics include Native American artists, Captain Richard Pratt and the Carlyle School for Indians, famous events and people in Indian/American history, oral tradition, history and culture of various tribes, North American archeology, religion and spirituality, myths and legends, efforts of the Oneida to take control of their children's education, cultural preservation and transmission to the next generation, ceremonies and rites of passage, the role and relevance of education in northern Canada, the 1992 White House Conference on Indian Education, tribal economic development, the success story of a Tohono O'odham high school, the revival of traditional Indian education, and stories that transmit beliefs and values. Includes an order form and 1993-94 price list for sales and rental. (SV)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Native American Public Broadcasting Consortium, Lincoln, NE.