Native American Day is an occasion to pay tribute to the culture, traditions, and accomplishments of Native American people and their many contributions to the United States.
This is a day that is celebrated across the United States. It can be celebrated on different dates depending on where in the United States you are based, so it is worth keeping this in mind.
It is currently Native Americans’ Day is an official state holiday only in South Dakota and California. In South Dakota, it is celebrated on the second Monday of October, while in California it is celebrated on the fourth Friday in September.
In South Dakota people celebrate Native Americans’ Day through learning from educational resources that focus on the traditions, culture and background of Native Americans. It is a day to celebrate the heritage of Native Americans and for both native and non-native cultures to unite so the many aspects of native culture can be shared.
In Berkeley, California, some organizations, community groups and churches support the day through awareness-raising activities about the history, culture and traditions of indigenous peoples of the United States. Cultural activities such as markets and pow wows, which are gatherings of North America’s indigenous people are held.
The observance of Native American Day focuses on a celebration of the history, heritage, and culture of tribes across the United State. Each diverse nation has its own beliefs, rituals, and traditions.
This day is about celebrating the enriching heritage, contributions, and knowledge of Native Americans. It also serves as a great reminder of their enduring legacy of fortitude, energy, and strength.
Native American Day is about appreciating the long history of culture and traditions that Native Americans have preserved throughout time. You can send the 3D popup card to the Native Americans to the expression of their culture and help protect their rights by standing with them as an ally.
The model was produced by hand-assembled from small pieces of paper to build up the symbol of the strong native Americans. He is riding on a black horse, a feather hat on his head and hunting by archery. Far away are the tipis covered with animal skins.
The greeting pop-up card simulates the nomadic life of the Native Americans, you can give it to anyone who loves free life, traditional culture of Native Americans, it is also suitable as a learning tool for students in a history lecture.
Each pack include Popup greeting card, Thank you and meaning; Wishing note paper; yellow emulsion Envelope, Poly bag to cover and protect all.
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