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More Localities Drop Columbus Day for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

NYTimes.com Sunday, 13 October 2019
More than 100 communities had already renamed the holiday, and this year others joined them.
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News video: Columbus Park in Milwaukee renamed 'Indigenous Peoples Park'

Columbus Park in Milwaukee renamed 'Indigenous Peoples Park' 02:09

The state of Wisconsin has officially adopted the idea too with Gov. Evers designating the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day across the state.

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