November is National Native American Heritage Month in the U.S.

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November 1, 2021

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November is a time to pause and pay tribute to the rich and remarkable history, ancestry, and traditions of Indigenous Americans. Currently, there isn’t much visibility of Indigenous Peoples in the US. But we know that their stories, histories, and ways of being exist outside of archives, museums, and libraries. National Native American Heritage month is also an opportunity to raise awareness about the unique challenges Indigenous people in the US have faced and continue to face.

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As we celebrate National Native American Heritage Month, we encourage you to remember to honor those whose ancestors gave everything to protect the land that we are now on. If you’re looking for ways to celebrate (or just educate yourself more about Indigenous heritage), here are some great resources that will have you on your way.

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