National Day Of Mourning History
National Day of Mourning seeks to honor the loss of Native Americans who lost their lives or were displaced. This day promotes awareness of the genocide committed by colonial settlers and pilgrims. A popular gathering for this observance is in Cole’s Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts. A march there has been an annual tradition since 1970. Typically this Observance is on the same date as Thanksgiving every year.
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National Day Of Mourning References and Related Siteswww.uaine.org: History of Observance