Native American Day is a holiday that is celebrated in some states in the United States, particularly in California and South Dakota, on the fourth Friday in September. It is a day to honor and recognize the contributions and cultures of Native American peoples, who are the indigenous peoples of the United States. Native American Day was first celebrated in California in 1968, and it was later adopted by South Dakota in 1990. It is meant to be a day of celebration and recognition for Native American cultures, and it is an opportunity for people to learn about and appreciate the rich history and traditions of Native American peoples. On Native American Day, many people participate in events and activities that celebrate Native American cultures, such as powwows, traditional dance performances, and cultural festivals. Some schools and organizations also hold educational events and activities to teach about Native American history and cultures. It is important to recognize and honor the cultures and contributions of Native American peoples, and Native American Day is one way to do this. It is a time for people to come together and celebrate the rich heritage of Native American cultures and to recognize the important role that Native American peoples have played and continue to play in the history and development of the United States.
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