South Carolina ETV (SCETV) is proud to present programming that honors the rich history, culture and contributions of Indigenous peoples. Throughout November, viewers can explore a diverse range of content that highlights the resilience, stories and traditions of Native Americans.
UPCOMING PROGRAMS ON ETV-HD
- Native America – Season 2 continues with the premiere of episode three, ‘Women Rule.’ The series presents stories of Native Americans who are carrying forward Indigenous values to transform our 21st-century world. Airs Nov. 7 at 9 p.m.
- Native Ball: Legacy of a Trailblazer – The honest, emotional and uplifting portrait of a Native American woman whose success on and off the basketball court earned her the title of warrior by her chief and inspired many athletes following in her footsteps. Airs Nov. 16 at 8:30 p.m.
UPCOMING PROGRAMS ON ETV WORLD AND SOUTH CAROLINA CHANNEL (SCC)
- Carolina Stories: Between the Waters – An immersive transmedia documentary that tells the story of the Native American and African American history of Hobcaw Barony. Airs Nov. 13 at 8 p.m. (SCC)
- Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways For Health & Spirit – Through personal storytelling, follow alternative pathways to health and wellness by eating nutritiously and locally. Featuring Roxanne Swentzell whose Pueblo Food Experience project is transforming lives in her community and beyond by Tlingit, Muckleshoot, Oglala Sioux, Menominee and Seneca women. Airs Nov. 13 at 8:30 p.m. (SCC)
- Cara Romero: Following The Light – Contemporary fine art photographer Cara Romero's work captures Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultural memory, collective history and lived experiences from a Native American female perspective. This documentary looks at the California Indian history that informs her work. Airs Nov. 14 at 2 p.m. (ETV World)
- Fighting Indians – Chronicling the last and most contentious holdout in the struggle to ban Native American mascots in all public schools, this is the story of the homogeneously white Skowhegan High School, known for decades as “The Home of the Indians” and the surrounding community. They are forced to reckon with their identity, their sordid history and future relationship with their indigenous neighbors. Airs Nov. 18 at 11 p.m. (ETV World)
- Reciprocity Project – Featuring seven short films created with Indigenous communities across Turtle Island in the U.S. and Colombia, filmmakers and community partners created stories in response to the question, "What does reciprocity mean to you and your community?" Airs Nov. 21 at 2 p.m. (ETV World)
- Covenant of the Salmon People – A documentary portrait of the Nez Perce Tribe as they continue to carry out their ancient promise to protect Chinook salmon, cornerstone species and first food their people have subsisted on for tens of thousands of years. Airs Nov. 28 at 2 p.m. (ETV World)
Additional insightful series celebrating Native American Heritage Month can be viewed this month with ETV Classics and Carolina Snaps on SCETV Digital.
“In honoring Native American Heritage Month, we are privileged to share these compelling programs that offer a window into the diverse tapestry of Native American culture. SCETV remains committed to showcasing the stories, traditions and contributions of Indigenous communities, allowing our viewers to gain a deeper appreciation for the heritage of the nation’s first people.” –SCETV Assistant General Manager/Deputy Director Stephanie Cook
- SCETV commemorates Native American Heritage Month from Nov. 1 – Nov. 30.
- SCETV presents programming that honors the rich history, culture and contributions of Indigenous peoples.
- Additional insightful series celebrating Native American Heritage Month can be viewed this month with ETV Classics and Carolina Snaps on SCETV Digital.
- For information about additional Native American Heritage Month programming, please visit scetv.org or watch in the SCETV App.