November is a month to celebrate the history, traditions and cultures of Native American people and to acknowledge the impact that they have made and continue to make on this country. This is a great time to educate students on tribes, to raise an awareness about the challenges Native people have endured both in the past and in the present and they ways that these challenges have been endured and persevered.
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