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Telling The Truth About California Missions

This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.

  • Monday, July 18
    10:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.
  • Tuesday, July 19
    4:30 am on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.
  • Tuesday, July 26
    10:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.
  • Wednesday, July 27
    4:30 am on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.
  • Sunday, August 14
    12:30 am on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.
  • Sunday, August 14
    4:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.
  • Friday, September 2
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.

 

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  • Thursday, June 23
    5:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.
  • Wednesday, June 22
    11:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.
  • Friday, June 17
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This 23-minute educational, non-fiction film examines the true history of California's Spanish missions and reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, the punishments inflicted on Native Americans that were essentially used as a slave labor force after they were converted to Christianity. This film has been reviewed and approved by 4th grade teachers around the state, and is already being used in several classrooms.