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PBS premieres 'Indian Country Diaries' this month


In conjunction with Native American Heritage Month, PBS is debuting “Indian Country Diaries,” a two-part look at Indian life.

The first part looks at urban Indians in Los Angeles who preserve their identity post-relocation. The second part explores the successes and challenges facing the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina.

The producing team of “Indian Country Diaries" are Carol Patton Cornsilk (Cherokee) and Frank Blythe (Eastern Band of Cherokee/Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota), Phil Lucas (Choctaw) and Hanay Geiogamah (Kiowa). Other Native journalists and producers worked on the individual parts.

Get the Story:
Exploring ‘Indian Country:' PBS documentary increases understanding of Cherokee (The Asheville Citizen-Times 11/8)

Relevant Links:
Indian Country Diaries - http://indiancountrydiaries.org
Indian Country Diaries, PBS - http://www.pbs.org/indiancountry