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Native American Heritage Month Resources
ASBA celebrates Native American Heritage Month with educational resources for school board members and school districts.
This webpage contains a variety of resources that are available for board members and school districts to aid them in celebrating Native American Heritage Month.
The month of November celebrates National Native American Heritage Month as a way for the United States to celebrate and recognize the Native American community.
What began as a single day of celebration in separate states in 1915, is now the month of November and was designated as National American Indian Heritage Month. Throughout the years the name of the holiday has been interchanged with other variants, including Native American Heritage Month and National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month.
Join us as we honor the great contributions and success made by the Native American community.
“American Indians were the original inhabitants of the lands that now constitute the United States of America. Native American Indians have made an essential and unique contribution to our nation and to the world.”
-President Bush H.J. Res. 577
Below you can find educational resources to use to help celebrate Native American Heritage Month.
Phoenix Union (PXU) Honors Native American Heritage Month
Photo courtesy: Vanessa Herb, Phoenix Union (PXU) .
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