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Celebrating Native American Heritage Month: Reading List

From page-turning science fiction to moving memoirs, celebrate the stories and voices of Indigenous authors. Educate yourself on the trials and challenges that Indigenous peoples have faced and continue to face with resilience. 

 During National Native American Heritage Month, we celebrate Indigenous peoples past and present. For centuries, broken treaties, dispossession of ancestral lands, and policies of assimilation and termination sought to decimate Native populations and their ways of life.  But despite this painful history, Indigenous peoples, their governments, and their communities have persevered and flourished.  

The following books are gathered as a small example of literary works that exist by and about Indigenous peoples, their struggles, and their resilience. 

Celebrate the stories and voices of Indigenous Creators, Authors, Activists, and Historians

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Kira Hess
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724-946-6352