Native American Heritage Month is a chance to reflect on the diverse history, traditions, and culture of Native American people.
During this time, we can learn more about the challenges that Native American people have faced and gain knowledge of their history to raise awareness in our communities.
Native American Heritage Month was established in November 1990, when Congress and President George H.W Bush signed it into law. This month now marks a time where we can remember the struggles Native people have faced and honor them.
Today, we can celebrate the achievements and contributions of Native people from the past and the present.
It’s a great time to educate ourselves by reading stories written by Indigenous voices, attending events, and learning more about their history.
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