Uncovering the history of Columbus

The United States celebrates Columbus Day — also recognized as Indigenous Peoples’ Day — on the second Monday in October every year, and the holiday further perpetuates false narratives.

News around Potawatomi country

Goshen College celebrated Indigenous People’s Day in the campus’ church-chapel on Oct. 10. Students and faculty focused on the inhabitants of what is today Elkhart County, Indiana, prior to the arrival of American settlers. Jonathon Schramm, associate professor of sustainability and environmental education, told attendees the history of the Potawatomi that lived in the area, Read More »