Sadly, the Columbus Day holiday is pretty much the utmost in white supremacy, celebrating a man who perpetrated devastation upon the denizens of the land he “discovered.” Indigenous People’s Day is a way to honor both the strength and the vulnerability of those who have managed to survive in the face of atrocities.
Who lived on the land where you are now before the white people arrived?
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