Synopsis: James Earl Jones narrates this examination of the historical relationship between American Indians and African-Americans, who often merged their cultures to work and live together while mainstream white society shunned them. Through illuminating anecdotes and interviews, descendants of fused black and Indian families discuss the complications of their mixed heritage and how their culture was largely erased on official documents.
Tagline: To build the future you must know the past. But what if that past has been hidden, lost, or denied?
Runtime: 60 minutes