In this episode, we learn as culture keeper and Cherokee National Treasure Noel Grayson shares his knowledge of hunting and tool-making skills. Cherokee National Treasure and master artist Dorothy Sullivan tells us about her special calling to painting and how she depicts the empowerment of Cherokee stories and women on canvas. We travel to northeastern Alabama’s Manitou Cave with Cherokee researchers to decipher the meaning behind the Cherokee syllabary found deep within. In our Cherokee Almanac, we listen as Dragging Canoe, one of the most celebrated Cherokee war chiefs, gives a prophetic speech that illustrates the often-difficult decisions our tribal leaders once faced.
Cherokee women have been legends, leaders and pioneers over the years. Enjoy this collection of videos featuring strong Cherokee women.
Cherokee athletes set the bar high. Watch the stories of legendary athletes, past and present, who’ve left an impact on their sport.
Cherokee artists draw from their culture to create impactful works of art. From painting, weaving, sculpting and beading to theater, writing and everything in between, watch how Cherokee artists create.