‘1923’s Powerful Native American Representation Recognized In Washington D.C. Panel And Screening!

Cast members from Yellowstone and 1923 attended a Senate Committee on Indian Affairs screening and discussion in Washington D.C. of the prequel's Native American representation, particularly scenes depicting brutal Catholic boarding schools. The panel emphasized the importance of storytelling to reveal untold truths about American history, with Rep. Sharice Davids highlighting the ongoing impact of these historic traumas. The event showcased the power of storytelling to educate and raise awareness.