Now I Get It: How did the Indigenous Peoples' Day movement start?

Indigenous Peoples' Day is a movement that’s growing to replace Columbus Day, a federal holiday. Indigenous Peoples' Day celebrates the culture of Native Americans, while challenging the idea of celebrating Christopher Columbus’s arrival to the Americas, marking the decline and suffering of Native Americans. As the movement continues to grow, how did it start in the first place?

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