Journalism and Mass Communications, College of


Date of this Version

Spring 4-15-2014

Document Type



Parker, Princella A. "Native Daughters 2: A 60-minute documentary featuring Native women from Oklahoma." (2014): Web.


Professional Project, College of Journalism & Mass Communications, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Copyright (c) 2014 Princella A. Parker


Native Daughters 2: Oklahoma profiles a four-generation family made up of Muscogee Creek females featuring Tawna Little, a 30-year old boxer, mother and Iraq veteran. The documentary also features as Joy Harjo a Muscogee Creek artist, singer, author and mother along side a half Cherokee and half black WNBA’s basketball player Angel Goodrich and her family of basketball players from Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Finally, there is Dr. Moira Red Corn an Osage/Caddo Psychiatric Physician who promotes the use of meditation over prescribed drugs.

Native Daughters 2.mp4 (1125104 kB)
60-minute documentary