Premiering on the World Channel this Earth Day
In a time of cultural turmoil, deep divisions between Americans, our environment–our natural resources–are caught in the crossfire. In an approach that blends the latest science with their traditional ways, infusing science with their cultural values, a small band of Native Americans nestled into southwest corner of the Great Lakes might have the key to healing our divisions, healing nature, healing ourselves. They are the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.
The Seven Generation River, a half-hour documentary from Detroit Public Television’s Great Lakes Bureau and Vision Maker Media explores the political, social and environmental issues surrounding our most precious natural resource – water.
Part of the World Channel’s LOCAL, USA series, featuring fascinating stories of diverse people, culled from public television stations and independent producers, and curated around a single theme for each program.
Watch The Seven Generation River Monday, April 22nd at 9p ET on the World Channel.