Major US City RENAMES Columbus Day and Good Friday To Be More ‘Culturally Sensitive’

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November 21, 2016 3:18pm PST

A city in Indiana has just renamed two holidays in an attempt to be more “culturally sensitive.”

Daily Mail reported that in the city of Bloomington, Columbus Day and Good Friday will now be known as Fall and Spring Holiday. The change was made on Friday by Mayor John Hamilton, who said in a memo to city employees that the politically correct names will make the two holidays more inclusive.

“We are terrifically proud of our diverse workforce at the city,” Hamilton wrote, according to the Bloomington Herald-Times. “That diversity makes us stronger and more representative of the public we proudly serve. These updated names for two days of well-merited time off is another way we can demonstrate our commitment to inclusivity.”

Columbus Day is a federal holiday in which city employees get paid time off to honor the arrival of explorer Christopher Columbus in America on October 12, 1492. Liberals have slammed the holiday, saying it celebrates the day that led to centuries of oppression for Native Americans.

Good Friday is not a federal holiday and is celebrated on the Friday before Easter Sunday by millions of Christians as the day Jesus Christ was crucified.

It’s sickening that politically correct liberals are trying to destroy these holidays. SHARE this story if you are SICK of PC CULTURE!

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