President Biden has once again officially declared the second Monday of October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day to honor the resilience, strength, and perseverance of Native Americans, who have preserved their culturalidentities. The Narrative Matters team also commemorates this meaningfulday. More than 100 cities celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Suggested book reads below for Indigenous Peoples Day 2023.

I Can Make This Promise: Day, Christine: 9780062871992: Books

By Christine Day

Citizen of the Upper Skagit Indian Tribe

Southeastern Woodland Designs,

Jamie Oxendine

Seven Generations- Ancestors of the Present Day Lumbee & Direct Descendants of
Henry Berry Lowery.

By Master Sergeant Kelvin Oxendine
Citizen of the Lumbee Indian Tribe

Oklahoma Freedmen of the Five Tribes Angela Y. Walton-Raji: books, biography, latest update

By Angela Y. Walton-Raji

Genealogist and Historian on Black Indians in North America

Choctaw Nation Descendant

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