If you haven't heard of this new mini-series on PBS called "We Shall Remain" from their "American Experience" line... well, that's probably not a shocker. PBS doesn't exactly have the American Idol type marketing budget.
But I am excited to watch this series. It promises a "multi-media history of America through Native eyes." History is so often written from a singular point of view, I'm very interested to see the difference in this. It goes from the 17th century through the 1970's by the time the series is done.
We recorded the first one, part one of five, and I'll actually be watching it tomorrow. If you didn't catch it on its prime time slot, it's playing again at 2 a.m. Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. I know, I know... but figure out that old VCR again if you don't have a DVR! Or just wait for the DVD to come out.
It looks like the new episodes will be coming out every Monday at 8 p.m. (Alaska time, anyways) on PBS, and if you don't see it listed as "We Shall Remain," I've found it as "American Experience" as well. Hmm... ad over. :)
I'm also interested to hear reaction from it, so if you do catch it, let me know!