Your Thanksgiving is a Native American's Day of Mourning


by Anthonism

Ever ponder the story of Thanksgiving beyond food, family, and football? Well, here is some food for thought; while you sit down to celebrate the Pilgrim's point of view of Thanksgiving, Native Americans will be honoring their arrival on Plymouth Rock with what they've deemed a National Day of Mourning. Now, let us honor them by understanding their perspective of this rich, yet bloody holiday. It's the least we can do to give a little more depth of meaning to our cherished turkey feast.

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American Indian Perspectives on Thanksgiving

National Museum of the American Indian (download PDF)

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