November is National Native American Heritage Month and there are plenty of ways to learn, celebrate and honor the lives and culture of Native Americans from the past, present and future.
The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum created a website to bring together a vast number of online resources and exhibits.
The library has several options for engaging with Native American Heritage Month!
- Join us on November 16th, at 7pm for an exploration of Native American settlement sites on Eastern Long Island. Register now!
- Hoopla has a collection of ebooks, audiobooks, and videos written by Indigenous authors and centering Indigenous stories. Materials on Hoopla are always available to check out!
- Kanopy is a wonderful resource for documentaries and films that share Indigenous stories from all over the world, covering subjects from farming to rock bands.
- The library also has a collection of books written by Indigenous authors to explore. Check out the image below to browse some recent titles: