Capping the end of November, which is Native American Heritage Month, the Friday after Thanksgiving is Native American Heritage Day. This year, this took place on November 27th.
Both the month and the official day observance serve as opportunities and reminders to recognize, self-educate and appreciate the multiple cultures and traditions throughout the Native American population. This is also important, as many Native American communities face unique challenges, in general as well as during the current pandemic crisis.
As we note the close of the month and the passing of Native American Heritage Day, we’d love to hear from you—what does this day (and the month) mean for you? Did you celebrate in a particular way? Please let us know, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or commenting on Facebook.com/TheFoundationofHope or Instagram.com/TheFoundationofHope.
Foundation of Hope is committed to building and advocating for our community. We would love to hear your perspective and your stories related to Native American Heritage Day and month, to further foster ongoing dialogue amongst us all.
Katharine Booth, Foundation of Hope publicist
P.O. Box 605
Greenwich, CT 06830
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