November is Native American Heritage Month, or as it is commonly referred to — American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month. This is a time to honor their diverse and rich cultures, histories, and traditions, and appreciate the immeasurable contributions they have made to our country.
This is also an opportune time to become more aware of the unique challenges Native people have faced over time and how they have worked to overcome those challenges. Throughout this month, let’s commit to supporting our Native American communities and celebrating November 25, 2022, as Native American Heritage Day.
Resources to learn more:
22 Ways to Celebrate Native American Heritage Month: Find resources and ways to uplift the Native American community nationwide and in your own community!
2022 Presidential Proclamation: A Proclamation on Native American Heritage Month
Library of Congress: Online exhibits and insights provided through the Library of Congress and the National Archives.
National Park Service: Explore the heritage, culture, and experience of Indigenous peoples both historically and in American life today, while also learning about the various ways the National Park Service collaborates with Indigenous communities.