400 Years After the ‘First Thanksgiving,’ the Tribe Who Fed the Pilgrims Continues to Fight for Their Land Amid Another Epidemic

Weetoomoo Carey, 8, left, and Jackolynn Carey, 5, Wampanoag Nipmucs from Mashpee, look across to the Mayflower replica anchored near Plymouth Rock on Nov. 26, 1991. They were with a group of Native Americans gathered for a day of mourning in response to the Pilgrims’ Thanksgiving Weetoomoo Carey, 8, left, […]

7 tips for a meaningful virtual Thanksgiving

With COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on travel and gatherings, many families will be navigating Thanksgiving celebrations virtually this year. Public health officials urge limiting festivities to household family members to mitigate the virus’ spread. They suggest connecting with extended family and friends through myriad social networking apps. To help, Zoom is […]