What holiday would you replace if you could choose one? And why did you choose to have it replaced?
I am wondering what holiday we celebrate that if we had a choice to replace it with something else, what would it be replaced with? And why? I am looking to see who can come up with the best answer.
Christopher Columbus day. He was a terrible person who did terrible things to the native americans. He is credited for "Discovering america". Is that some kind of sick joke? how did he discover it if people were already here? It doesnt end there. He wasnt even looking for it. He was looking for an alternate route to India. This is why he referred to the native americans and indians.
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