Jersey City school teaches about Indigenous people, Columbus

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On Monday, Columbus Day, for the first time the vacation was likewise officially identified as Aboriginal People’s Day by Head of state Joe Biden through a pronouncement. In Jersey City, one school made a decision to abandon its conventional day of rest and instead honor the newly recognized holiday and educate students concerning the individuals who were already right here when explorer Christopher Columbus came onto land.

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