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Columbus Day events given permits
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2002

Denver, Colorado, will again see two Columbus Day events.

The Dandelion Center said it opposes Christopher Columbus and what he stands for. The group wants to "transform" the holiday.

The Sons of Italy New Generation, a group of Italian-Americans, will march as usual in support of Columbus.

Get the Story:
Lottery awards parade permits (The Denver Post 7/17)

Relevant Links:
Transform Columbus Day - http://www.transformcolumbusday.org

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