PROVINCETOWN – On the second Monday of October in 2020, Provincetown will be recognizing Indigenous Peoples’ Day, as opposed to Columbus Day.

Last week, a day after Columbus Day, the town’s Select Board elected to change the name of the holiday after board member Lise King brought the idea of celebrating Native Americans as opposed to explorer Christopher Columbus forward.

King said the reasoning behind changing the name is “quite obvious.”

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