Vermont and Maine will soon abolish the Columbus Day Holiday and replace it with Indigenous People Day.

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Once Republican Governor Phil Scott and Democrat Governor Janet Mills sign their new bill both Vermont and Maine will abolish the Columbus Day holiday.

“It’s time to stop celebrating a man whose arrival brought death, disease, and slavery to hundreds of thousands, and start honoring the people who lived here long before,” – Oami Amarasingham

America had no business making Columbus a holiday, to begin with. I am sure in my lifetime we will see Columbus day abolished as a holiday in every state in America.

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