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For many Native Americans, Thanksgiving is a day of mourning

Now in its 50th year, the National Day of Mourning involves a few hundred Native Americans and nonnative people gathering on Cole’s Hill, overlooking Plymouth Rock, to consider Thanksgiving from the perspective of Native Americans. CNN’s Victor Blackwell reports.

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Now in its 50th year, the National Day of Mourning involves a few hundred Native Americans and nonnative people gathering on Cole’s Hill, overlooking Plymouth Rock, to consider Thanksgiving from the perspective of Native Americans. CNN’s Victor Blackwell reports.

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