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MUSC 299 – National Day of Mourning

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It’s Thanksgiving in America and once again, it’s time to pause and consider what the complex history of the United States and the people who inhabited this continent before colonists arrived. Every year people gather in Plymouth to remind people that there is another side to this “holiday.” The event is organized by the United American Indians of New England and was first held in 1970.

Here’s a video from 2012:

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