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Since Indigenous Peoples’ Day was created specifically to oppose Columbus Day, a day that celebrated exploration, learning, and trying to find new and better ways of doing things, I infer that Indigenous Peoples’ Day means: Stay in your own place, and keep doing everything in your life just as you have always done it, working […]

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