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San Manuel Band donates $6M to start US Indian TV channel (06/17)
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians of California donated $6 million to KVCR-TV, a public broadcasting station, to start the first Indian television channel in the United States. The channel will air programs on history, culture and and...

Kevin Abourezk: A worthy story on 'Wounded Knee' (05/22)
"This week, a collection of self-described "Wounded Knee victims and veterans" took aim at an episode of a PBS mini-series about the 1973 siege of Wounded Knee. The "We Shall Remain" mini-series examined the history of U.S. government and Indian...

PBS Ombudsman: Concerns over 'Wounded Knee' (05/21)
"An ambitious and, I thought, powerful and illuminating five-part series on the relentlessly tragic yet often stirring history of the American Indian unfolded on PBS stations for 90 minutes on consecutive Monday evenings from April 13 through May 11. This...

Group accuses PBS of failing on Wounded Knee story (05/14)
A group called The Wounded Knee Victims and Veterans Association says PBS is failing to tell the full story of the Wounded Knee occupation of 1973. The group says the PBS "We Shall Remain" miniseries glorifies the actions of the...

Steven Newcomb: PBS fails on Tecumseh's story (05/13)
"A couple years ago, when a woman from the production staff at WGBH in Boston called me at an early point in the project, I told her, “If you really want to tell the story of Tecumseh and his brother,...

New England tribes upset with PBS 'We Shall Remain' (04/23)
Three New England tribes say PBS failed to consult them about the acclaimed "We Shall Remain" miniseries that debuted this month. PBS pitched the series as being told from the tribal perspective. But the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, the Wampanoag Tribe...

Lots of favorable reviews for 'We Shall Remain' on PBS (04/15)
PBS began airing the five-part series "We Shall Remain," " this week and the reviews are nearly all positive. The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times are among those weighing in with favorable words....

PBS to broadcast 'We Shall Remain' in April (03/30)
"We Shall Remain," a mini-series told from the Native perspective, premieres on PBS in April. The series includes five films. They follow the story of the Wampanoags of New England following the arrival of Europeans on the Mayflower, the life...