Tomorrow is GivingTuesday! This is the day the world can share humanity and generosity. GivingTuesday is all about making someone smile, helping a stranger or your neighbor, showing up for an issue you care about or giving some of what you have to help others. Every act of generosity counts. And, everyone has something to give!
Our country consists of a myriad of cultures that date back many centuries to the native Americans who originally inhabited this land. Native American history, heritage, and culture, including Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians, are all are part of our national parks today.
National American Indian Heritage Month Every November
Every November during Native American Heritage Month and throughout the year, the National Park Service, The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans.
Please join the conversation on social media, learn more about America’s indigenous peoples. Share the history and the continuing culture of Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians by using #FindYourPark, #IndigenousHeritageMonth, #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth, and or #EncuentraTuParque.
TOURISM FOR INCLUSIVE GROWTH!
World Tourism Day is celebrated globally each year on 27 September to foster awareness of tourism’s social, cultural, political, and economic value and the contribution that the sector can make towards reaching the Sustainable Development Goals. This year’s theme is Tourism for Inclusive Growth. Look beyond tourism statistics and realize that behind the numbers are people. The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), a specialized agency of the United Nations, invites everyone on earth to celebrate tourism’s unique ability to ensure that no one is left behind as the world begins to open up again after COVID-19 and look to the future.