For colonizers, this may require an investigation of the "indigenous" European traditions abandoned during the passage to the new world. Currently, this is an activity, at least in popular discourse, largely abandoned to the right (at least from a perspective of identity, or self discovery).
American Mythology is the product of a rootless genesis. A total memetic collapse entails grappling with a horrendous colonial legacy. At the same time, it exposes a terrible ecological statelessness. Decolonization, in this context, requires the adoption of a new kind of indigeneity.
It is worth considering the condition of culture in the United States. The culture that violently supplanted indigenous cultures across the continent is one of rupture. Many Europeans emigrated to escape unfavorable conditions. These people may have brought elements of their native traditions with, yet these traditions were cleaved from the land which they developed, or intentionally abandoned in an attempt to start anew. It is from this shaky foundation that the dominant ideologies emerged.
It is wrong to expect elders to learn to use phones.
It is our duty to listen to them on their own terms.