Oberlin votes to abolish Columbus Day, replace with Indigenous Peoples Day

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OBERLIN, Ohio -- Oberlin City Council officially passed a resolution to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day at a meeting tonight.

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The resolution declares the second Monday in October to be Indigenous Peoples Day in the city.

The resolution also encourages businesses, organizations and public entities, including the public schools, to join in the recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day.

To read the entire resolution, click here. 

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