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     Here are a few examples of cities that now celebrate Indigenous People's Day on the second monday of Oct :

Seattle WA, Alpena MI, Olympia WA, Anadarko OK, Spokane WA, Bexar County TX, St. Paul MN, Portland OR, Lawrence KS, Albuqurque NM, Bellingham WA, Minneapolis MN, Red Wing MN, Grand Rapids MN, Traverse City MI, Anchorage AK, Carrbora NC, Cambridge MA, San Fernanda CA, Berkeley CA, Oklahoma City OK, Phoenix AZ, Yakima WA, Denver CO, Hartford VT, Boulder CO, Durango CO, Bainbridge Island WA, Mukilteo WA, Cook County MN, Two Harbors MN, Eugene OR, Lynnwood WA, Lincoln NE, Evanston IL, Ann Harbor MI, East Lansing MI, and Sante Fe New Mexico. 

 In 2015, the State of Alaska became the first US State to recognize the second Mon of Oct as Indigenous Peoples Day.  

 In 2016 State of Vermont approved to recognize the second Mon of Oct as Indigenous Peoples Day.

Abolish honoring murder, rape, slavery, torture, and genocide in our community and churches. For the weakness of man lusts for power, control, and money. In contrast, God tells us to seek humility, service, love, and respect of creation. 

The most effective ability to create change is prayer and public education !

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Write a letter to the United Nations
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
Palais des Nations
CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland
Telephone: +41 22 917 9220
E-mail InfoDesk@ohchr.org

Write a letter to the President of the United States
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Write to your Federal Congressman

Write to your Federal Senator

Write to your State Governor

Write to your state legislature

Contact your local city elected officials to make a resolution to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day on the second Monday of Oct every year. The cities of Seattle Washington and Minneapolis Minnesota are good examples.

Contact religious organizations and churches to abolish Columbus Day.

Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions
Telephone 312-629-2990
70 East Lake Street, Suite 205
Chicago, IL 60601 USA

The World Council of Religious Leaders
Empire State Building
350 Fifth Avenue, 59th Floor
New York, NY 10118, USA
(212) 967 2891
Email. hq@wcorl.org

Write a letter to the Vatican
His Holiness, the Pope
Apostolic Palace
00120 Vatican City

Write a letter to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
(202) 541-3000
3211 4th St NE,
Washington, DC 20017

Write a letter to the Catholic Native American Affairs Department
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Native American Affairs
Secretariat of Cultural Diversity in the Church
3211 4th Street NE
Washington D.C. 20017
Phone 202-541-3427

Write a letter to the Mormon Salt Lake Temple
Attn: The Prophet
47 East South Temple
Salt Lake City Utah 84150

Write a letter to the Lutheran Church
Attn: The President
Lutheran International Center
1333 South Kirkwood Road
Kirkwood MO 63122

Write a letter to The Episcopal Church
815 Second Avenue
New York, NY 10017
212-716-6000 or 800-334-7626

Get involved with organizations:

United Indians of all Tribes Foundation www.unitedindians.org

Native American Rights Fund www.NARF.org

National Congress of American Indians www.NCAI.org

American Civil Liberties Union www.aclu.org

International Indian Treaty Council www.iitc.org

American Indian Movement www.aimovement.org

Indigenous People's Day Massachusetts www.indigenouspeoplesdayma.org  

Indigenous Peoples Days www.indigenouspeoplesdays.org

Wikipedia list of Federally Recognized Tribes

US Department of the Interior Indian Affairs
BIA website

United Nations International Day of the Worlds Indigenous Peoples Aug 9.

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Technology Corporation

Native American Development Corporation

First Nation Powwows

First Nation Colleges

American Indian Heritage Foundation

American Indian Enterprise Development

National Indian Gaming Association

First Nations Technology Council

First Nations Development Institute

Indian Health Service

North American Indigenous Ministries

United National Tribal Youth

Black and Indian Mission

St. Kateri Tekakwitha Conference

Holy League

The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians

Association for the Rights of Catholics in the Church.

Church Militant

Catholic Canon Law Professionals

Catholic Deacon

American Family Association

YOU CAN EVEN START A PETITION www.Care2.com or www.standunited.org