How to Celebrate Thanksgiving Without Erasing the Exploitation and Genocide of Native American People | Portside

For many people across the U.S., Thanksgiving is about getting together as a family — likely remotely this year, in light of the pandemic — and digging in to a festive feast. What’s often glossed over or erased entirely is the real history behind the holiday, particularly the treatment of Native Americans. But some experts say there are ways to participate in the holiday while also acknowledging its troubling past.

Source: How to Celebrate Thanksgiving Without Erasing the Exploitation and Genocide of Native American People | Portside

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