National Native American Heritage Month 2022
The Mercer University Libraries celebrates National Native American Heritage Month on behalf of our students, faculty, and staff who are a part of this resilient and diverse community. During November, check out the following films, books, and web resources.
These dramas and documentaries spotlight the lives and stories in the Native American community. They are available through the Mercer Libraries in Kanopy.
- Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World
- More than a Word: Native American-based Sports Mascots
- We Shall Remain: A History of Native Americans
- Te Ata
- Once Upon a River
- Eating Alaska
- Who Will Bury the Dead? The Death of Christianity in Lakota Country
- Alone on the Island of the Blue Dolphins
- Throat Song
- Kind Hearted Woman
- Badger Creek: A Year in the Life of a Blackfeet Family
Browse a few of these fiction and non-fiction books available through the libraries.
- Conversations with Remarkable Native Americans by Joëlle Rostkowski
- Native Americans on Film: Conversations, Teaching, and Theory by Elise Marubbio and Eric Buffalohead
- Hidden in History: Artists, Musicians, and Writers by Myra Faye Turner
- Native American Art by William Ketchum, Jr.
- God Is Red: A Native View on Religion by Vine Deloria
- Growing Up Native American: An Anthology by Patricia Riley
- Native Americans in Sports by C. Richard King
- Advancing Health Equity for Native American Youth: Workshop Summary by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Here is a list of organizations celebrating National Native American Heritage Month with events, exhibits, and more.