Giving Thanks for Over 520 Years of Indigenous Resistance
Digital Print, 2012
The annual Thanksgiving tradition has obscured the historical reality of Native American genocide: dispossession from their lands, efforts to destroy their cultures, and the slaughter of their communities.
It is important to remember this past as we gather with our families and bear witness to current struggles against genocide and imperialism. Around the world, Indigenous people are continuing to resist and refuse to be erased.
Harvard Library American Indigenous Studies Resource List: guides.library.harvard.edu/american-indigenous-studies
Land Back Movement: landback.org/
Find out whose land you are on: native-land.ca
Defend the Weelaunee Forest (stolen Muscogee land): stopcop.city/