October 30, 2019

Indigenous Peoples Day

The Tucson community comes together to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day.
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“We’re still here and we’re not going anywhere,” says Ryan Pinto of the Indigenous Alliance Without Borders. Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day instead of Columbus Day on the second Monday in October is a growing movement across the United States. We went to an event in South Tucson by and for, but not limited to, indigenous people of the border region.

Story by: Andrew Brown
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