TikTok kicks off Native American Heritage Month with a reside video sequence
TikTok marks Native American Heritage Month with a series of TikTok Live Videos throughout the month showcasing the #NativeFamily by developers and users.
The videos will highlight the diversity of the Native American community's experiences and interests, with topics such as craftsmanship, food traditions and Native American and indigenous community education.
Verna Volker, who posts on TikTok as @nativewomenruns, starts the video series on Monday (November 2nd) at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET.
TikTok said in a blog post that the platform has already had over 800 million video views under the hashtag #NativeTikTok, more than 100 million under #IndigenousPeoplesDay, nearly 5 million under #NativeAmericanTikTok and over 600,000 under #NativeFamily.
The company wrote: “Native American Heritage Month is more than recognition and recognition. The diversity of backgrounds, experiences and interests in our #NativeFamily should be shared, expanded and celebrated. This is why we invite the TikTok community to join us as we launch a month long educational, inspiring and uplifting program about the beautiful culture and complex history of #NativeFamily. "