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Celebrating National Native American Heritage Month

From November 1 through November 30, the United States celebrates National Native American Heritage Month. This is an opportunity to consider and recognize the contributions of Native Americans to the history of the United States. Native Americans are descendants of the original, indigenous inhabitants of what is now the U.S., and they maintain vibrant cultures and traditions, despite efforts to eradicate their cultures, traditions, languages, and people. Native Americans have made distinct and important contributions to the U.S. and the rest of the world in many fields, including agriculture, medicine, music, language, and art. Native Americans have served with honor and distinction in the armed forces, one example being the Navajo code talkers who were instrumental in the U.S. war efforts during WWII. We are proud to recognize and participate in National Native American Heritage Month. 

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