Preschool children from the Daybreak Star Center perform at a celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, at Seattle's City Hall. Seattle began observing Indigenous Peoples’ Day in 2014 to promote the well-being and growth of Seattle’s American Indian and Indigenous community.
Preschool children from the Daybreak Star Center perform at a celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, at Seattle's City Hall. Seattle began observing Indigenous Peoples’ Day in 2014 to promote the well-being and growth of Seattle’s American Indian and Indigenous community. Elaine Thompson AP
Preschool children from the Daybreak Star Center perform at a celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, at Seattle's City Hall. Seattle began observing Indigenous Peoples’ Day in 2014 to promote the well-being and growth of Seattle’s American Indian and Indigenous community. Elaine Thompson AP

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