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Indigenous People Have Rights: Why It's Time to Abolish Columbus Day

Click here for reuse options! Most schools teach students to celebrate colonialism and racism. Enough. The movement to abolish Columbus Day and to establish in its place Indigenous Peoples Day continues to gather strength, as every month new school districts and colleges take action. This campaign has been given new momentum as Indigenous peoples throughout the Americas assert their treaty and human rights.
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