The American Holocaust is a film & conversation original series dedicated to the Native Perspective streaming live monthly on Facebook and on Red Nation Television Network. This exclusive series was born out of a recognition that many Americans know little to nothing about Native Peoples, and that the media provides a far-reaching portal to deliver this meaningful and sought-after education. Serving to amplify visionary Native voices towards a thriving future for all of us, each unique 2-hour episode centers around a timely topic relevant to today’s pandemic(s), offering a clear understanding of the truth from the original peoples of this land for the healing of humanity.
Each monthly episode begins with a new short film, followed by an expertly moderated panel featuring Native voices from multiple generations and nations. The name of this cutting-edge series is inspired by Joanelle Romero’s film of the same name, which was short-listed for an Academy Award in 2000.
In partnership with Bedrosian Center at USC Price School of Public Policy, Red Nation Celebration Institute launched a Study Lesson Guide to complement a new ground-breaking series of film and conversation for Educators to uplift authentic, accurate, and contemporary representations of Native Americans.