There will be no turkey and stuffing for some Occupy Boston protesters this Thanksgiving.  Instead, they will head to Plymouth for the National Day of Mourning.

The protesters will stand alongside Native Americans holding a prayer vigil for their slain ancestors.  At least 30 members of the movement went to the event.

Other protesters told the Boston Globe that they would either remain at Dewey Square or go spend the holiday with relatives who live nearby.

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Brittney McNamara is a Blast Junior Editor

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