National American Heritage Month: This month celebrates the contributions — cultures, traditions, histories — of Native people to the United States
November 1 – All Saints’ Day, All Souls Day, Día de Los Muertos: These days are dedicated to all those who have passed away in the Christian faith as well as the Mexican and Aztec communities
November 16 – International Day for Tolerance: The UN holiday was founded to encourage respect among various people regardless of culture, language, religion, or ethnicity
November 12 – Diwali: An important celebration in the Hindu faith in which a variety of deities are praised
November 16 – Dutch American Heritage Day: This day applauds the long friendship between the Netherlands and the United States
November 20 – Transgender Day of Remembrance: This day is held as a remembrance for all those murdered because of transphobia
December 1 – World AIDS Day: This day highlights the importance of HIV/AIDs awareness and raises money for its cure.
December 3 – International Day of Persons with Disabilities: This United Nations holiday raises awareness of the rights of individuals with disabilities.
December 10 – International Human Rights Day: A holiday adopted by the UN in 1948 following the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
December 16 to December 24 – Las Posadas: A religious festival celebrated in Mexico and parts of the U.S. during the Christmas season.
December 7 to December 15 – Hanukkah: A Jewish holiday celebrating the rising up against their Greek-Syrian oppressors in the Maccabean Revolt.
December 22 – Winter Solstice/Yule: A festival celebrated by the Pagan and Wiccan faiths.
December 25 – Christmas: A Christian holiday marking the birth of their lord and savior, Jesus Christ.
December 26 – Kwanzaa: An 8-day holiday often celebrated by Black Americans that was inspired by African harvest celebrations.