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Native American Heritage Month: It’s Complicated

November is Native American Heritage Month, an interesting if not complex time to celebrate Indigenous people. 

Thankfulness enhances my life

Being thankful really does change things. Because it’s a spiritual awareness, it’s pausing to recognize the good in our lives and all around us and learning to keep that perception at the forefront of our minds.

Pilgrims and Thanksgivings

This year is thus the 400th anniversary of what became heralded as the First Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving has always been about grief. Pass the mashed potatoes.

Is it possible to give thanks when people are dying? Is it right to? The short answer is yes. In fact, I’d say it’s more important now than ever.

Spokane Churches, Non-Profits Opt For Small, Quiet Thanksgiving This Year

In any normal November, Spokane’s Union Gospel Mission would be planning a Thanksgiving for its residents that’s as close to home as most of them have been in a while.

We Can All Find Something To Be Thankful For This Year, Even Me

I am going to write about all the things for which I am personally thankful this season and about all the things for which I think you should be thankful.

Our History Is the Future: Lakota Historian Nick Estes on Thanksgiving & Indigenous Resistance

Lakota historian Nick Estes talks about Thanksgiving and his book “Our History Is the Future.”

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