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Title

Columbus Day in the year 2000 (10/11/00)

Date of this Version

October 2000

Abstract

No other national holiday draws such heated debate as Columbus Day. Mainstream America celebrates the holiday to honor the opening of the New World and the colonization of the Western Hemisphere. But Native peoples of the Americas see Columbus Day as a remembrance of genocide. Should we forsake the Columbus Day holiday and create a Native American Remembrance Day? Guests include Russell Means and Glen Morris of the American Indian Movement.

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