This is the KNDB First Nations Experience TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Minot. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|2:30 PM||Future History |
Kris and Sarain break down the concepts of the pow wow ceremony and exhibition. They drive to Sarnia to meet knowledge keeper and traditional dancer Jordan White Eye Williams, who shares the history of the pow wow.
|3:00 PM||Samaqan: Water Stories |
The villages of “Old Town” Kitimaat and Q'ell are visited, home to a small band of Tsimshian who are in the pathway of potential Tanker traffic. They are fighting an active campaign against the Enbridge Northern Gateway project.
|3:30 PM||underEXPOSED |
Gracey takes a job shooting photos at the Mudderella event in Whistler, B.C., which is expected to draw thousands of female participants for this obstacle course challenge.
|4:00 PM||Working It Out Together |
A dietitian reveals the fat and sugar content in popular snacks; a chef shares quick and healthful recipes. Also: Owisokon and Kwanátá:wi discuss their reasons for taking the challenge.
|4:30 PM||From the Spirit |
Artist Jane Ash Poitras and her works are featured.
|5:00 PM||The New Zealanders |
Duck shooters gather at dawn at the White Horse Hotel in central Otago; a couple builds their own house, complete with grass roof; an environmentalist creates his own forest; a family constructs their own power station.
|6:00 PM||First Talk |
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
|6:30 PM||People of the Pines |
The challenges the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians faced while moving forward with economic efforts.
|7:00 PM||Rising Voices/Hothaninpi |
Efforts to save the Lakota language, which is in danger of going extinct, are detailed.
|8:00 PM||Democracy Now! new |
|9:00 PM||Indian Country Today News new |
|9:30 PM||Fish Out of Water |
Spotlighting the Huronia Museum in Midland, Ont.
|10:00 PM||Native Shorts |
Short films are showcased. Included: interviews with the filmmakers.
|10:30 PM||Indigenous Day Live 2018 |
Logan Staats; Ohmy Darling; Kelly Fraser; Midnight Shine; Shawnee.
|11:00 PM||Ollie & Emma |
Two young adults navigate an intercultural relationship despite their well-meaning friends and families.
|12:00 AM||Lighthouse Lesvos |
Lifeguards from around the world help rescue and provide safe passage for refugees in Greece.
|1:00 AM||Gringo Favelado |
A look inside the self-branded Marvellous City.
|2:00 AM||Indian Pride |
An overview of Native American history, with Dr. Duane Champagne, director of the UCLA American Indian Studies Center.
|2:30 AM||Down the Mighty River |
Quebec and the James Bay Cree are hooked on hydro-electric power and rely on hydro money.
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