- Author: Jennifer Sowerwine, UC Cooperative Extension specialist at UC Berkeley
- Author: Sabrina Drill, UC Cooperative Extension advisor in Los Angeles and Ventura counties
Published on: November 17, 2020
Thanksgiving can be a time of celebration, gratitude and sharing. It is also often a time when people assist the most vulnerable in our communities, through donations to food banks, volunteer service at missions and shelters, and similar acts of compassion coinciding with the start of a difficult cold season for those without adequate resources. That said, it can also be a time of remembrance and mourning in Native American communities.
The narrative that many people have been taught beginning in elementary school about the First Thanksgiving celebration in the United...
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