, 2022-11-20 02:00:00,
Storytelling in Native American Culture
How have portrayals of Native Americans changed in popular media?
Karen: There have been more opportunities for original content creators in Hollywood, on screen and behind the scenes. DEBORAH ROBERTS has more going for it when it comes to representation in pop culture. >> We might be in California in a couple of months. Deborah: You’ve probably noticed new faces and stories. From This Summer’s Prey, which features a majority of the original cast and crew, to Reservation Dogs, a terrible take on reservation life. >> The best in town. This is a small city. DEBORAH: The critically acclaimed show has been renewed for 30 Doors Open at the end of the season to represent Indigenous people. – The third season and the doors open to the representation of indigenous people. >> It changes my views, I can only imagine what it is like for the younger generation. Deborah: She’s one of the superstars. >> Being part of a show like dogs reserved by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal people being fed with love in our community is no explanation or catering for 10 non-Indigenous audiences. DEBORAH: Now Grazing Magazine Covers, It Has Been Named One of Time’s Most Influential Artists’ Magazines, Even…
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