This program provides a look at the world from a Native American perspective. It celebrates diverse cultures and heritages, inviting viewers to a ceremony rich in symbolism and tradition -- the inter-tribal Pow-Wow. Plains-style dance, ceremonies of the Aztecs, Chumash, Cahuilla Bird Singers and Hopis are rituals embodied in the Pow-Wow events. Commentary from participants explains the significance of the drum and colorful regalia, and the relevance of different songs and dances. An ideal introduction to the spiritual and social significance of these gatherings, the program vividly depicts Native Americans' respect for all living things. Engaging media support for American History and Arts and Humanities units on the moral, social and political impact of religion and religious liberty in American history; the oral history tradition; as well as music appreciation, and the relationship between various cultures and eras and the music and dance produced within those environments; recognition of dance and music as methods to communicate meaning; the diffusion of popular culture; the contributions by people from various ethnic and religious groups to our national identity. Proceeds from each sale are donated to support the Walking the Red Road/Native American Inter-tribal Council Pow-Wows and cultural/educational projects.