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Culture is defined as “the characteristic featuresof everyday existence shared by people in a place or time.” For most of our history, culture has been seen as the way in which various groups of people define themselves among the diversity that exists in the world. Their collective history and the way in which they express who they are is one of the most important ways a group of people...

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Writing history can often mean righting the story told for many years. Such is the purpose behind Indigenous Peoples Day. The recently proclaimed holiday is celebrated on the second Monday in October. It was meant to provide a more accurate lens through which to see the history of the Americas and the interactions of colonialism, oppression, and the genocide of Indigenous people...

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