Sandra Hale Schulman

Sandra Hale Schulman

Sandra Hale Schulman, of Cherokee Nation descent, has been writing about Native issues since 1994. The recipient of a Woody Guthrie Fellowship, she is an author of four books, has contributed to shows at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, The Grammy Museum, The Museum of Modern Art NYC, and has produced four films on Native musicians.

‘The American Buffalo’ traces fall and rise of a ‘sacred relationship’

By: - October 17, 2023

In a sweeping two-part, four-hour film, master documentary filmmaker Ken Burns tells the story of the near-extinction and Indigenous-fueled return of the American buffalo, an animal that transcends mere existence and rises to spiritual being for Native communities. Premiering on PBS on Oct. 16-17, the series, “The American Buffalo,” takes viewers on a journey through […]