A Season of Thanks

Despite it now being December, I’ve always said that fall is my favorite season. It’s a season of falling leaves, cooler weather, and countless festivities. It restores the meaning of family and reminds us that there truly is no place like home. However, sometimes it seems like we don’t embrace the true essence of fall. […]

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Join Us in Celebrating Indigenous People’s Day 2K15

The following is your guide to celebrating Christopher Columbus Day the way it should be celebrated. 1. Read this article to learn how Columbus was a genocidal maniac and why he shouldn’t be celebrated as an American icon. 2. Celebrate Indigenous People’s Day instead! Why honor a murderous colonizer when you can celebrate the cultures and the people that REALLY founded our […]

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Native American Day: The Long Fight

A little over 100 years ago, Red Fox James, a Blackfoot Indian, set out on a horseback tour of the United States, determined to convince the states to proclaim a Native American day. He received endorsement from only twenty-four states, though, and no national day was recorded as being proclaimed. Before the coast-to-coast horseback ride, however, […]

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