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Native American Heritage Month [positiveexperience.org/category/blog]

 

By The HOPE Team, 11/23/22, https://positiveexperience.org/category/blog/

The HOPE framework begins with honoring, celebrating, and understanding different cultures, backgrounds, and histories. That includes the experiences of Native American peoples. This month, we are honoring, celebrating, and learning throughout Native American Heritage Month. Understanding the impact that history has on Native American peoples and communities is important to supporting access to Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs). Creating safe emotional and physical environments where children and families can bring their whole selves is an important part of learning what is going well and not-so-well in their lives.

The HOPE blog from last week talked about practicing gratitude and PCEs on Thanksgiving, but many Native American people will recognize November 24th as the National Day of Mourning to focus on the history of Thanksgiving and the experiences of Native American peoples. This is an opportunity to include expanding our knowledge of Native American heritage through the PCEs that many of us are creating with the children in our lives during Thanksgiving and in the coming weeks. Here are a few ideas and resources to celebrate and learn about Native American Heritage.

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