The real story of Thanksgiving, as told by Indigenous educator Renee Gokey

No, it wasn't happy Pilgrims and "Indians." Here's the real story of Thanksgiving, as told by Indigenous educator Renee Gokey.

25/11/2020 14:01

13 comentarios

  • Anthony L.
    20/02/2021 20:19

    How do you say five dollar Indian?

  • Dave H.
    15/02/2021 04:25

    This is the story I tell students. First, I talk about Jamestown 1607 because it happened first. Then Thanksgiving. The students learn about the Natives and their resistance especially at Jamestown.

  • Ronald R.
    28/11/2020 11:10

    Januaria Tsen

  • Pr T.
    27/11/2020 04:48


  • St.Andrew D.
    26/11/2020 22:24


  • Yiftah N.
    26/11/2020 16:41

    "more accurate story" and "oral traditions" are contradicting terms.

  • Habib B.
    25/11/2020 20:39

    Yes s s ilove you

  • Boyd H.
    25/11/2020 18:46

    And then along came the religious white man who really knew how to control people

  • Andrea W.
    25/11/2020 16:26

    Like natives warred amongst themselves. Took each other as slaves. Sacrificed each other to gods? There were many native tribes. Some peaceful and others barbaric. Stop sugar coating.

  • Andrea W.
    25/11/2020 16:24

    Was he there? It stands as it was. You're revision is bogus. Diaries were kept. Next

  • Roderick R.
    25/11/2020 16:12

    More like raided

  • David A.
    25/11/2020 15:18

    Thats nice.

  • زيرق ن.
    25/11/2020 15:14

    Thanksgiving is about white people killing innocent people... Nothing new... They killed 200 million on the usa... They killed 200 million of my African ancestors in the sea... Yet we muslim are the terrorist and everyone that is not white is bad or just worst 😐