People are pushing to change the name of Columbus Day to be called Indigenous People’s Day.
In an effort to recognize the indigenous cultures of America, some areas are recognizing Columbus Day as Indigenous People's Day. This is also an effort to correct the misperception that Columbus was the first explorer to reach the banks of the New World.
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