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A growing number of states and cities acknowledge Indigenous Peoples' Day. Some want it to replace Columbus Day. Here are some ideas for how to mark the holiday, plus book and podcast recommendations.
This podcast is about bringing forward the perspectives of Indigenous communities from around the world, as all of us, humans and more than humans alike, reckon with the consequences of a global, industrial society built on growth, extraction, and colonialism.
Columbus Day, which typically occurs on the second Monday in October, will take place as usual on Oct. 9, but so will the counter-celebration Indigenous Peoples’ Day. President Joe Biden officially commemorated Indigenous Peoples Day in 2021. An increasing number of states and cities have also recognized it — pivoting from a day long rooted in the celebration of explorer…
Oct. 6—GOSHEN — Due to the Indigenous Peoples Day federal holiday, which means no mail delivery service, The Goshen News will not publish Monday. We will publish a special Tuesday edition instead. The Goshen News offices will be open Monday. ___ (c)2023 the Goshen News (Goshen, Ind.) Visit the Goshen News (Goshen, Ind.) at www.goshennews.com Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC. ...
Many cities and states are observing the day. Here’s some of the history behind it.
This is a file image of a RIPTA bus. (WLNE) PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority will hold holiday service for Columbus Day on Monday. All RIPTA offices, apart from the Newport Transportation Center, will be closed. The ticket window at Kennedy Plaza will be closed. Flex Services will not be available except for Route 203...
L’écho des tambours et l’odeur de la sauge médicinale étaient présents au pied du mont Royal, samedi. Des centaines de personnes se sont rassemblées pour souligner la Journée nationale de la vérité et de la réconciliation. Des manifestations semblables ont été organisées partout au pays.
Ontario, B.C. and Saskatchewan businesses follow closely at four per cent, while Alberta has about three per cent of firms making use of AI
The promotion of agroecology for its horizontal and vertical scaling can be favored or hindered by public policies, which is why it is necessary to promote an institutional change to favor the organization and interconnection between successful agroecological experiences, making possible a leap in scale from peasant to peasant and to a vertical scale in the production, distribution and consumption of food, configuring local agro-food systems based on agroecology.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at things to do in Ottawa, eastern Ontario and western Quebec this weekend.
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