Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

November 29, 2019

PLYMOUTH: 50th National Day of Mourning

Photo by Rachel Jones

Mahtowin Munro
United American Indians of New England 
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The 50th National Day of Mourning was huge and uplifting. We had 1200-1500 people rallying and marching in Plymouth, with wonderful speakers repping Indigenous issues within Bolivia, Hawaii, Labrador, Manitoba, Louisiana, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Massachusetts, Maine and more.
“We didn't land on Plymouth Rock, Plymouth Rock landed on us!”  said Mahtowin Munro, co-chair of United American Indians of New England, UAINE.
"Respect sovereignty. No person is illegal on stolen land. Remember the missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two spirits."
Mad respect to the kitchen crews and ASL interpreters.
Thank you to all who came and made it such an amazing day!
Photo by Rachel Jones

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