Albuquerque celebrates its first official Indigenous People's Day

A broad, Native-led coalition in Albuquerque recently won a historic victory when city council abolished Columbus Day and replaced it with Indigenous People's Day. However, while this shameful, racist holiday will no longer be officially celebrated, attacks on Native communities continue - and so will the movement for justice. Read the official statement from the Native rights group The Red Nation here, and view the photos from the city's first official Indigenous People's Day below.

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