Reconsidering the Thanksgiving Myth

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In 1970, members of the Wampanoag tribe in southeastern Massachusetts established the fourth Thursday of November as a National Day of Mourning. Recently, with increasing recognition of the true scope of our history, many UUs, along with the UUA, are looking to make amends. The process begins with education, empathy, and self-reflection; perhaps it will transform mourning to joy.