In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Amazon Studios presents its newest “Voices” virtual event, highlighting the many contributions to entertainment from the native community, as well as Hollywood’s complicity in the ongoing erasure and whitewashing of indigenous stories.

With the intent of celebrating the heritage, diversity and beauty of Native American communities, plus evaluating Native American representation in current film and changing the narrative of indigenous culture in media, the one-day program will take place on Nov. 8 and will be available to stream on Amazon Live and Prime Video’s YouTube channel.

The entertainment-focused lineup features Bird Runningwater (executive producer, “Sovereign”), Crystal Echo Hawk (IllumiNative founder and CEO), Jenna Clause (“The Wilds”) and Leah Salgado (IllumiNative’s chief impact officer), as well as performances by artist and producer Mato Wayuhi and singer-songwriter Raye Zaragoza.

See the full lineup for the program below.

11:30-11:37 AM PT | Welcome & Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
Speaker: Mato Wayuhi, artist and producer

11:37-11:52 AM PT | Lightning talk: The History of Indigenous Erasure on Screen and How the IllumiNative Guide Can Help
Speaker: Leah Salgado, chief impact officer, IllumiNative

11:52 AM-12:02 PM PT | Entertainment: artist and producer Mato Wayuhi
Brief remarks about the indigenous connection with hip hop culture, followed by a performance.

12:06-12:51 PM PT | Panel Discussion Changing the Narrative: Effective and Representative Indigenous Stories on Screen
Panelists: Bird Runningwater (executive producer, “Sovereign”), Jenna Clause (“The Wilds”)
Moderator: Laura Clark (Deputy Editor, In The Know)

12:54-1:00PM PT | Entertainment: singer/songwriter Raye Zaragoza

The virtual celebration marks the latest Amazon Studios’ Voices event, following the company’s Asian & Pacific Islander Representation in Film & Media summit, which was held in May, with Daniel Dae Kim, Sophia Ali, Stephanie Hsu and producer Christina Oh among the speakers. In June, Amazon Prime Video hosted a Pride celebration, which highlighted intersectional LGBTQ+ representation with panels centered on recent projects including “My Name is Pauli Murray,” “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie,” “With Love” and “A League of Their Own.” The most recent event was  September’s “Voices/Voces” headlined by John Leguizamo, Rep. Joaquin Castro, Laz Alonso, Gloria Calderón Kellett and comedian Gina Brillon.

(Pictured above: Bird Runningwater, Jenna Clause, Leah Salgado, Crystal Echo Hawk and Mato Wayuhi)