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November is recognized as Native American Heritage MonthThis month, and every day, we honor Indigenous people and communities, their histories, cultures, traditions, and ancestral knowledge passed down from generations that hold sacred obligations to protect the land, water, air, and people. To celebrate the invaluable and innumerable contributions of Indigenous people and communities, we encourage you to read the list of resources developed by Children of the Setting Sun (with a few additions from the SOS team) on the several ways to honor and celebrate Native American Heritage Month and every day:

  • Engage with Native American communities.
  • Participate in Native American cultural events.
    • If you live in the Bellingham area, here is a great resource for events happening around our community.
  • Read Native American Literature, Listen to Native American Podcasts, & Watch Native American Films.
    • Check out the list below for a few recommendations! 
  • Follow Native American organizations, leaders and influencers on social media and learn from them throughout the year.

Books, Articles, Films, & Podcasts to Honor Native American Heritage Month

2023 All Our Relations photos, courtesy of Se'Si'Le and photography by Megan Mack.








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