. U.S. removing Indigenous racial slur from place names, but word remains in some Canadian locations « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CBC – The U.S. Department of the Interior is looking to replace the names of more than 660 geographical locations across the country that use the derogatory word “squaw” in their titles.

In Canada, there are 20 official names with the word still in use in a government database of geographical names, seven of which are in New Brunswick.

Read more at CBC News.

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