December 6, 2018

Not all Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. Many Native Americans mark the fourth Thursday of November as a National Day of Mourning. It’s not easy, but it’s possible to hold the day as both a day of gratitude and as a remembrance of the genocide, and loss of native wisdom in our culture and especially in our leadership.

Quotes from Chief Seattle, Chief Red Cloud, Chief Oren Lyons, Winona LaDuke, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez

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