Sacred People, A World of Change: The Enduring Strength of the Cherokee and Creek on the Frontier
In honor of Native American History Month in November, we offer you Sacred People, A World of Change: The Enduring Strength of the Cherokee and Creek on the Frontier. This compelling documentary explores how the Creek and Cherokee Nations survived, both through confrontation and compromise with the European, and then American settlers, as well as, their governments and the various religious missions in the Southeast leading up to their removal on the Trail of Tears. Explore how these old and the new American inhabitants negotiated through their spiritual, philosophical and cultural differences. Also, don’t miss Part II where you hear first-hand reflections by the decendants of the original Creek and Cherokee on how history has treated their people and how American Indian societies stay vital and flourish today.