National Day of Mourning - 2021-11-25
What is National Day of Mourning?
The National Day of Mourning is a day set aside to honor Native Americans and their ancestors that have been victims of Genocide. The organizers consider Thanksgiving as well because it's an opportunity for us all to take time off from our busy lives in order to commemorate what happened so many years ago. The United American Indians of New England (UAINE) organized the “March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in November 2016. The march was significant because it sparked renewed interest about Native Americans not just in America but all over world, which has led to revisions on how they are depicted by settlers during US history as well as their relationships with one another; furthermore there is also an appreciation for these cultures thanks largely due this movement!
When is National Day of Mourning?
The national day of mourning for those who've lost their lives to suicide will be held on November 25th.
History of National Day of Mourning
The National Day of Mourning is an annual event organized since 1970 by Native Americans of New England.
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