Today, October 11th, is the first Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebrated in Oregon. Oregon lawmakers voted to make Oregon the 11th state to officially recognize this day. Oregon is home to nine federally recognized Indian tribes, seven of them have designated reservation land.  The day is intended to recognize and honor the contributions that Indigenous and Native peoples have made to the state’s history and culture.

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