Native Americans Gather in Plymouth, MA, for 48th Annual National Day of Mourning

HeadlineNov 27, 2017
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And in Massachusetts, members of Native American nations from across New England gathered in Plymouth on Thursday to observe the 48th annual National Day of Mourning. As many across the country were celebrating Thanksgiving, the Native Americans were gathering to remember the genocide and colonialism brought by European settlers, who established one of the first permanent settlements in North America in Plymouth.

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