SAN FRANCISCO — A prominent law school in San Francisco named for a 19th century rancher who sponsored deadly atrocities against Native Americans has a new name after California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation approving the change.

It was among several bills concerning indigenous people that the Democratic governor and former San Francisco mayor signed into law, on Friday, which he declared “Native American Day” in California.

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Jimzan 2.0

Beware !!.... if you erase history.....it may repeat itself. Also the Democrats sure spend a lot of effort trying to correct the past....That's because they have no plan of action (political ideas to make society better) for the future, or the present. The past is over Democrats...left it go. Also do not forget Newsom eating at the French Laundry without a mask on, the Covid mandates (that did not work) that hurt our children. Newsom actions will be like a schizophrenic until after the elections are over...then his ""I want to be a Dictator"" instincts will surface again.

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