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Six Indigenous People's Day Events in Seattle

October 10, 2016 by Stranger Things To Do Staff As Ana Sofia Knauf wrote this morning, "Today Is Indigenous Peoples' Day: In 2014, Seattle stepped onto the correct side of American history when city council members unanimously voted to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day rather than glorifying Christopher Columbus, a European who murdered and enslaved Natives in North America.
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