November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the many contributions of the original inhabitants of the land we live on today. From conservation to literature, art, and dance, there are so many facets of Native American culture you can educate members of your organization about. According to the Library of Congress, former President George H. W. Bush designated the month of November to be Native American Heritage Month in the U.S. in 1990. As of 2023, President Joe Biden dedicated November 24 as Native American Heritage Day – a time to celebrate this rich culture and the resilience and accomplishments of the Native American people.
When thinking of ways to honor and celebrate Native American Heritage Month, consider sharing the following resources with your organization.
- Discover Native American music on Spotify.
For more resources to share with your organization, check out President Joe Biden’s Proclamation on National Native American Heritage Month.
Annie Davidson is in Corporate Marketing at Smithbucklin.