University Native American student group holds ‘anti-Thanksgiving’ feast

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(THE COLLEGE FIX) – A University of Texas Native American student group held an “anti-Thanksgiving” feast last week to highlight how it is a “day of mourning” for that demographic.

According to the Native American and Indigenous Collective’s Raven Price-Smith, while many Americans celebrate Thanksgiving “with festive feathers, turkey and jolly pilgrims,” the holiday is “a sad one” for Indigenous Americans as it marks the era of European colonialism.

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The collective operates under “the principles of native empowerment, research, transnational and intertribal unity, scholarship and community” and “seeks to create consciousness about our indigenous roots as we continue to fight for the survival of our cultures,” as noted on its website.

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