This is a pdf of an excellent powerpoint on the primary religions in America, Australia, and Africa. It also includes a good overview of the commonalities among the primal religions along with several short video clips.
This website plays the creation myths for different parts of the world through animation from North America to Australia.
"In the Light of Reverence is a documentary produced by Christopher McLeod and Malinda Maynor. It features three tribal nations, the Hopi, the Winnemem Wintu, and the Lakota Sioux, and their struggles to protect three sacred sites." I usually show of the segments so students can see the continuing struggle Native Americans with heir sacred sites. Here is a link to a lesson about the documentary that I adapted from the POV website.
Here's an interesting story about the Yuruba from NPR. Students could read or listen to the story for homework or you could play it in class.
Here are a couple of possibilities for this unit. Broken Arrow is an award winning video focused on the removal of 12,000 Navajo from the Joint Use Area in dispute with Hopi peoples.--all on line in 7 parts here: very interesting and engaging.