Push to Change Columbus Day to 'Indigenous Peoples Day' Continues

"America still celebrates a racist, genocidal maniac."

Following Seattle's example set by its liberal city council vote last year to change Columbus Day to "Indigenous Peoples Day," several other U.S. cities are following suit this year.

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day this year, according to The Washington Post, are nine cities including Albuquerque, Portland, St. Paul, and Olympia. Next up to consider the holiday name change: Oklahoma City, who is voting this week on the matter.

And the sentiment to highlight the misdeeds of Christopher Columbus in an effort to promote the plight of the Native Americans is a portion of America, making their requests known via Twitter:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For even more from both sides of the argument, click #ColumbusDay.

 

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