Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade just featured a native land acknowledgment

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade looked a little different this year, en dit wasn’t just the Covid-19 protocols.

Die 2020 parade bevat 'n erkenning van die land, traditional rattle song and a blessing honoring people of Native American tribes historically based in the Northeast.
Did you catch the performance of the Wampanoag Language Blessing?” Macy’s tweeted just after 10 am. EN, with a photo of man who took part.
The parade highlight came as Indigenous people across North America move to reclaim their lands, a campaign that is gaining steam as the US grapples with injustices committed against marginalized communities.
    The tradition featured Thursday acknowledged the Lenape territory of Manahattathe site of the parade in New York’s borough of Manhattan — volgens to a news release from Indigenous Direction, a firm that consults on Indigenous cultural protocols in theater and film and collaborated on the segment.
      In English, the blessing translates into: “Creator and Ancestors, we honor you for all things. We honor the Lenape people of Manahatta. We honor all our relations because, lank gelede, we were here. Now we are here and we will always be here. And so it is,” volgens die vrylating.
      The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, also known as the People of the First Light, has inhabited present-day Massachusetts and eastern Rhode Island vir meer as 12,000 jare.

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