BY JASMINE H.
The month of November is National Native American Heritage Month, a month to commemorate Native Americans. November was officially declared Native American Heritage Month by President George H. W. Bush, in 1990. “In 1990 Congress passed and President George H. W. Bush signed into law a joint resolution designating the month of November as the first National American Indian Heritage Month (also known as Native American Indian Month),” quoted from senate.gov in the article “Celebrating National Native American Heritage Month”.
It’s important to know about Native American Heritage Month because it important to know/understand other people’s cultures & traditions and what others ancestors went through. There are many ways to celebrate or observe this month, so here are some.
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