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Native American Heritage Month: The Power and Importance of Film

November is Native American Heritage Month and, for some, the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday has become an important opportunity to expand the canon, the stories, regarding Native Americans that are told, heard, shared and celebrated at this time.  Storytelling has been a part of human cultures since they began. In modern times, films are a prominent […]

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Honoring Native American Heritage Month with Kids

There are countless ways to honor Native American Heritage Month with kids. November is Native American Heritage Month! Disclaimer: Native American Heritage Month is a U.S. holiday. This post, which focuses on the original inhabitants of the U.S., is not intended to diminish indigenous peoples from other parts of the globe. We encourage you to

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Books to Introduce Native American Heritage Month to Kids

In 1990, President George H. W. Bush designated November as National American Indian Heritage Month, also referred to as Native American Heritage Month. Months honoring marginalized people groups are important for bringing awareness of the stories of these people into mainstream consciousness. Of course, we want to celebrate Native American cultures and heritages all year

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November is Native American Heritage Month. Grab this FREE trilingual printable in English, French and Spanish!

Native American Heritage Month + FREE Trilingual Printable

History of the Native American Heritage Month November is Native American Heritage Month. But it hasn’t always been. In fact, that designation is relatively new, not appearing nationwide until 1990. Previously, individual states decided whether or not to dedicate a day or a week to honor Native Americans. New York was the first state to

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