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Native American History Month

22 Signatures Goal: 100

Here in the United States we have holidays that we celebrate and honor, such as Veterans Day - Independence Day - Presidents Birthday - Labor Day-Easter -The Birth of Christ and lets not forget to mention Columbus Day which according to our history he was the one who discovered America. Our history is wrong. They Native Americans were already here and were living in peace and harmony until the Europeans showed up. We also have Black History Month I want to see passed in Washington Native American History Month. I am stepping out on this journey in my life to see that this happens. My ancestors have suffered enough. It is time now for them to be recognized for who they are and what they stand for and give back to them what has been taken away. Our children can learn a lot through the history of our ancestors the NATIVE AMERICANS PLEASE WILL YOU STAND WITH ME IN THE BATTLE OF GETTING THE NATIVE AMERICAN PEOPLE RECOGNIZED AND HONORED AS THEY SHOULD BE PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION SO THAT I MAY SUBMIT IT TO WASHINGTON WADO

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    Imani Melendez United States
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    Lalita Balaban United Kingdom
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    Travis Kincaid United States
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    Travis Kincaid United States
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    Furguswilson@yahoo.com United States
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    Audie Morigeau United States
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    Debbie Bearhawk Australia
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    Tahyun Weed United States
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    Butterfly United States
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    Dixie Hansen United States
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    Walter J.Keenan/Gentle White Bear United States
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    Betsy Bowden United States
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    Debbie Bearhawk Australia
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    john j alexander United States
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    Patricia OConnell United States
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