The Seattle, Washington public
The Race, Equity, and Learning Support people have identified 11 supposed Thanksgiving “myths.” Myth #11 is
I ask you: How, with compassion beating in all of our American hearts, can we sit with our loved ones in joyful celebration– eating turkey, watching football– when Native children are depressed, betrayed, and in mourning?
I urge you: this Thanksgiving, make a difference… in a Native child’s life. Put that drumstick down. Extend your hand to those who mourn. Extend it to their parents as well. If you live near an Indian casino, go thereand apologize face to facefor your land-grabbing, disease-transmitting, gun-totin’ ancestors (and for your own miserable existence, too). And then hit the slots and lose,so one day soonwe will all have a Happy Thanksgiving… in misery. In my heart,I know we can do this.Thank you.
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