[ APNFD Nr. 20 ] A Thanksgiving Message from the 45th Annual National Day of Mourning in Plymouth, MassachusettsLeave a comment
November 21, 2016 by Alfred
This is an Argentum Post News Flash Digest [ APNFD Nr. 20 ]
There is nothing wrong with a “Thanksgiving” day celebration as it reflect a universal recognition that thankfulness brings humans together to celebrate humanistically all that for which we can be thankful on mother-earth, such as harvests, peace by justice, tolerance, harmony, and collective appreciation for cooperation in support progressive evolution.
There needs to be nevertheless, historical contextualizations to this phenomenon.
One of the Thanksgiving days we celebrate on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2016, in the U.S. inevitably must bring to mind the natives of America before it became America, and how they rescued from famine the Pilgrims when they arrived in a blizzard covered community which is now Plymouth, Massachusetts.
With this foreword an elaboration is herein enclosed which is in form of a greeting message from political prisoner Leonard Peltier which was read at the 45th annual National Day of Mourning in Plymouth, Massachusetts.