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The National Day Of Mourning is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November every year.
The day symbolizes the renewed appreciation given to the tribes. It also pays tribute to the ancestors for their struggle and fights against the odds.
On this day, protest meetings are being held at Cone's Hill every year. Native American celebrates the day by paying respect and spreading knowledge about the community. The day also talks about the myths of the community that are written in the thanksgiving story. It is a day of remembrance and gratitude towards the ancestors.