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    October 08, 2017


    Rocco Sacci

    Why not call it Discoverers’ Day, as we’ve done with Presidents’ Day. Indigenous or Native American Day too cumbersome and trivial. Find another suitable time in our history to mark their contributions to this nation’s development. Or expand the meaning and intent of Thanksgiving Day. Think there have been attempts to make it more inclusive but, so far, only weak attempts.

    Not honoring Columbus doesn’t bother my Italian pride. The guy was sailing for Spain, never made it to the mainland, and most likely was sailing in the wrong direction, according to one account. Verrazano and other Italian sailors, along with Hudson, the early Norsemen, DeSoto, et al., (sorry about the hazy history but it’s been a long time since I studied this stuff), all contributed more to the discovery of America. My vote is for Discoverers’ Day and leave the statues alone.

    David Reich

    Good idea, Rocco.

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