Indigenous Peoples Day Massachusetts
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Photos and news articles from the October 10th 2020 march to demand that the city of Boston honors Indigenous Peoples Day and commits to not returning the Columbus statue to Boston's waterfront.
Photos and News Articles from the march.
The Columbus Statue has been removed from Boston's 'Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park' after being beheaded, but the city has not committed to permanently removing it.
Read the statements (1 document):
- Statement on opposing the maintenance of the Christopher Columbus statue and petition to reconsider recommendations dated 10-13-2020, co-signed by: North American Indian Center of Boston, United American Indians of New England, and Indigenous Peoples Day MA
- Community Resolution No. NAA-B20-10-008, "Taino Opposition to Public Display of Columbus Statues", voted and signed by Taino Nation, Puerto Rico
Sign the Petition
Unfortunately, the Indigenous Peoples Day bill H.3665 did not move out of the committee where it was heard, despite hundreds of your letters in support, hours of testimony, and lobbying of committee members. We thank you for all that you have done, and promise that we will get a new Indigenous Peoples Day bill introduced in January of 2021.
Please visit the MA Indigenous Agenda to support other bills being considered by the legislature.