Oct 09, 2015

Happy Indigenous Peoples’ Day | LifeZette

In 1492, Christopher Columbus should have stayed home. At least, that’s what those attempting to abolish Columbus Day believe. “Columbus deserves to be remembered as the first terrorist in the Americas,” said Bill Bigelow, co-director of the Zinn Education Project, known as ZEP. This Columbus Day could be our last if ZEP, based on the writings of famed historian Howard Zinn, and other activists...

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