Friday, November 24

President Joe Biden declared today Native American Heritage Day. He also issued a proclamation for November as National Native American Heritage Month.

The president stated, “During National Native American Heritage Month, we recognize the invaluable contributions of Native peoples that have shaped our country and honor the hundreds of Tribal Nations who continue exercising their inherent sovereignty as vital members of the overlapping system of governments in the United States.“

He continued, “We also recommit to supporting Tribal sovereignty; upholding the Federal Government’s solemn trust and treaty responsibilities; and working in partnership with Tribal Nations to advance prosperity, dignity, and safety for all Native peoples.“

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • With gratitude for the assistance that Native Americans gave to the Mayflower Pilgrims who came to the New World centuries ago.
  • For Assistant Secretary of the Interior Bryan Newland as he oversees the Office of Indian Affairs.
  • For Director Julian Guerrero as he heads the Department of Education’s Office of Indian Education.
  • For the president and officials in his administration as they collaborate with Native American leaders and tribal councils.
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