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Native American Heritage Month

Celebrating Native American history and culture during November

Videos in the SCC Library


Videos from the SFCC Library

Students and Faculty may checkout books and videos from the SFCC Library in person, or have the item sent to the SCC Library for pickup. The following are a few of the videos on Native Americans available for checkout from the SFCC Library:

Online Videos

The SCC Library has subscriptions to several online databases. Students and faculty have access to these databases from any computer by logging in with a campus email address and password. The following are just a few videos found on the SCC Library website:

Gather -- The stories of Native Americans who are trying to reconnect with their spiritual and cultural identities (from SCC Library's Kanopy database).

Native-American History: Native American Influence On The US -- View this and other videos to discover the history of indigenous peoples of the United States and their influence in US culture." (From Alexander Street database. Click on the link, log in and search for "Native American").

Smoke Signals -- A Native American sets off on a journey to recover the remains of his estranged father, learning some important lessons from a traveling companion and from a woman who knew his father. (From Swank Top 500 database, which contains the top 500 feature films used at colleges).


Online Videos from other websites:

Through Salmon Eyes tells the traditional story of Salmon Woman and the promises made to get salmon to return to their rivers of origin (from NW Treaty Tribes' Vimeo website).

Emmett Oliver's 1989 Paddle to Seattle depicts Oliver's efforts to organize and revive canoe journeys (from WA Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction's YouTube website).

Since Time Immortal: Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State is required learning in public schools across Washington State. Go to the Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum Resources pages and scroll down to Native American Stories and Science Education Connections to view many informative videos.

 

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