National Day of Mourning

Posted: November 23, 2016 in Call to Action, Events, for your reflection

Since 1970, Native Americans have gathered at noon on Cole’s Hill in Plymouth to commemorate a National Day of Mourning on the US thanksgiving holiday. Many Native Americans do not celebrate the arrival of the Pilgrims and other European settlers. Thanksgiving day is a reminder of the genocide of millions of Native people, the theft of Native lands, and the relentless assault on Native culture. Participants in National Day of Mourning honor Native ancestors and the struggles of Native peoples to survive today. It is a day of remembrance and spiritual connection as well as a protest of the racism and oppression which Native Americans continue to experience.

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47th NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING Thursday, November 24, 2016 12 Noon Cole’s Hill (the hill above Plymouth Rock) Plymouth, Massachusetts

The 47th National Day of Mourning is dedicated to: #NoDAPL #StandWithStandingRock #WaterNotOil #FreeLeonardPeltier

Stand with us in our struggle to create a true awareness of Native peoples and demonstrate the unity of Indigenous peoples internationally. Help shatter the untrue glass image of the Pilgrims and the unjust system based on racism, sexism, homophobia and war. For More Information/Orientation: United American Indians of New England/LPSG Absolutely No Drugs or Alcohol Allowed Pot-luck Social to Follow Facebook event:

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