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Several Cities have Renamed ‘Columbus Day,’ due to PC Narratives, to ‘Indigenous Peoples Day’

Boston and Cleveland have proposed a change to ‘Indigenous Peoples Day’ from ‘Columbus Day’, while Cincinnati rejected the name change. Other cities, such as Phoenix, Seattle, Cambridge (Massachusetts), and Belfast (Maine), have already made the politically-correct change. Photo by edenpictures
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