From R. Alexander Acosta, United States Secretary of Labor
President Trump has proclaimed November as National Native American Heritage Month, highlighting the special place American Indians and Alaska Natives have in the fabric of our nation.
This month of recognition provides an opportunity to celebrate the contributions – cultural, civic, economic, and educational – that Native Americans have made to the United States. It also is a time for all Americans to learn more about Native American culture and traditions.
The Administration is committed to strengthening American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Click here to find out about events and exhibits related to National Native American Heritage Month.