Indiana City Renames Two Holidays In Order To Be More ‘Culturally Sensitive’

According to this, the mayor of the Indiana city (Bloomington) decided to rename two holidays– Columbus Day and Good Friday– in order to be more “culturally sensitive.”

Mayor John Hamilton made the change Friday. As of now, Columbus Day will be known as “Fall Holiday” and Good Friday will be known as “Spring Holiday.” How exceptionally boring. But the good thing is, city employees won’t have to be triggered by those holidays anymore, so that’s fan-freaking-tastic.

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