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We celebrate and stand in solidarity with Indigenous communities today and every day. As you celebrate Thanksgiving today, take a moment to honor Native American Heritage Month as well.

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"The Thanksgiving tale we tell is a harmful lie. As a Native American, I’ve found a better way to celebrate the holiday" writes Sean Sherman

The month of November is more than Thanksgiving. It's also Native American Heritage Month, a time designated to honor and recognize the contributions Indigenous people have made to the United States.

Native American Heritage Day is a civil holiday observed on the day after Thanksgiving. The holiday honors Native Americans across the nation.

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National Native American Heritage Day on the day after Thanksgiving honors American Indians across the nation. The day celebrates Native Americans' vibrant cultures, traditions and heritage while recognizing the many contributions they have made.

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"The Thanksgiving tale we tell is a harmful lie. As a Native American, I’ve found a better way to celebrate the holiday" writes Sean Sherman

November is Native American Heritage Month, and the Friday after Thanksgiving is Native American Heritage Day.

The tradition of Thanksgiving being a day to remember America's early history lives on as we remember the Pilgrims and their struggle to survive, as well as the devastating impact on Native American populations.

It's Thanksgiving in the US today & it's also Native American Heritage Month. Here's how you can learn more about—and support—Indigenous art and culture @TheAutry  @SmithsonianNMAI  @smithsonian  @houstontxd @SylvesterTurner @artsmiat @FolkArtAlli @FolkArtAlliancencegov 

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"The Thanksgiving tale we tell is a harmful lie. As a Native American, I’ve found a better way to celebrate the holiday," writes Sean Sherman

The United American Indians of New England is holding the 50th #NationalDayofMourning  today in Plymouth, Mass., where pilgrims landed. Thanksgiving is "a reminder of the genocide of millions of Native people, the theft of Native lands & the relentless assault on Native culture."

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Do YOU know the truth about Thanksgiving? Watch as 6 Native American girls school us on the real history of the holiday.

"The Thanksgiving tale is a harmful lie. As a Native American, I’ve found a better way to celebrate," writes Sean Sherman

It's Ironic that we are celebrating Thanksgiving, while Native American's are being Tear Gassed and Shot with...

"The true story behind Thanksigiving was, after every killing of a whole village, these European settlers celebrated it." Do YOU know the truth about Thanksgiving? Watch as six Native American girls explain the real history behind the holiday.

This Thanksgiving, as families across the country sit down to share a meal, Native American women are speaking out to share the history behind the holiday.

#SaintsandStrangers, tonight on @NatGeoChannel , tells the story of Thanksgiving in a dying Native American language:

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