Indigenous Peoples' Day

[ in-dij-uh-nuhs pee-puhlz dey ]

noun
  1. the second Monday in October, a holiday in the United States that honors the Indigenous peoples of the Americas and celebrates their history and culture: In many states and other localities, the holiday is variously observed in place of Columbus Day or along with it.

Origin of Indigenous Peoples' Day

1
First recorded in 1990–95

Words Nearby Indigenous Peoples' Day

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