National Day of Mourning Post

This topic reminds us of when to post our next National Day of Mourning message.

See our Instagram post from 2020

Screenshot of the first image on our 2020 Instagram Reel below:
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Image Description

November 26th, 2020 / 51st Annual National Day of Mourning / Picture of march where marchers are holding a sign that reads “Recognize indigenous peoples rights. We exist. We resist. We rise.” Part of the caption that is visible in the screenshot reads: youthpowercoalition / Today, November 26th, 2020, is the 51st Annual National Day of Mourning. The “Thanksgiving” we celebrate on the last Thursday of each November is reminder and symbol of the genocide European settlers have committed against Indigenous community across the globe. Today is a day of remembrance, and a protest against the racist and oppressive systems toward Indigenoul people. For more information, visit the United American Indians of New England website, at

Information courtesy of: United American Indians of New England.

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Note on how to use this topic: After finishing the National Day of Mourning post, either reset the event date on this topic or make a topic for next year’s post. This way we’re reminded each year of our commitment to indigenous rights.