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…we are celebrating American Indian Heritage Month (#AIHM) and sharing ways you can get involved and create impact throughout the month.
In actuality, the first official mention of a â€˜Thanksgivingâ€™ celebration occurred in 1637, after colonists brutally massacred an entire Pequot village and subsequently celebrated the victory.
This year, PWNA is encouraging everyone to sign our #NativeAware petition that supports House Bill 5473 to permanently change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoplesâ€™ Day nationwide.
Today, Christmas is celebrated in many diverse ways and is considered one of the most celebrated holidays throughout the world. So, how did the early Native Americans celebrate Christmas?
This month has been full of change. As we wrap up 2020, weâ€™re sharing our selection of notable Native headlines from the month of November.
Weâ€™re sharing our selection of notable Native headlines on the Native American vote, wireless networks, and more from the month of October.
The Pueblo Revolt against the Spaniards began on Aug. 10, 1680, and by September, Spanish settlements ceased to exist in the state of New Mexico.
â€œI tell them, you listen to the Indian version and then youâ€™ll understand why some people donâ€™t celebrate [Thanksgiving].â€ Join PWNA in supporting a positive holiday for Native American families.
Partnership with Native Americans strives to keep you abreast of trending news and events concerning Native Americans, and have compiled our favorite stories on Native life from the month of May. Stay up to date with more articles by following us on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. Stanford Powwow celebrates Native American history, culture via Santa […]