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Decolonize your Thanksgiving - Poster of the Week

Updated: Dec 8, 2022

Plymouth November 26, '98

Young Warriors & Women of the Lenape Nation

Offset, 1998



The National Day of Mourning began as a way to tell the true story behind

Thanksgiving and address issues facing Native communities today. Since

1970, the United American Indians of New England, other indigenous

groups and their allies have gathered at Cole's Hill, Plymouth,

Massachusetts to mourn their indigenous ancestors, genocide, and land

theft at the hands of European colonizers.

While the protest takes on a solemn and spiritual tone, it is also a time to

hope for a better future, stand in solidarity with indigenous people, and a