Biden Creating Task Force to Cancel Every American Geographic Name the Woke Mob Hates

The Biden administration has created a new task force that will comb through the nation to rename every place that now has a name that offends the woke mob.

The Interior Department’s new woke task force — going by the name the Derogatory Geographic Names Task Force — will eliminate names such as Utah’s Squaw Peak and Colorado’s Chinaman’s Gulch because the woke mob gets the sniffles over these names.

Per the Daily Mail:

The process will include dialogue with tribes, state and local governments and the public, the department said, adding that it was now classifying the term ‘squaw’ – referring to an indigenous woman – as officially derogatory.

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There are 600 federal land units with the name ‘squaw,’ according to the Native American Rights Fund, including Squaw Lakes in Oregon.

Other places named ‘negro,’ ‘wetback,’ and ‘Chinaman’ – all considered derogatory names for black, Latino and Asian people, respectively – will also likely be re-examined.

The department is also creating an Advisory Committee on Reconciliation in Place Names that will include ‘Indian tribes, tribal and Native Hawaiian organizations, civil rights, anthropology, and history experts, and members of the general public.’

The feds will use this work to begin to try and force the states to also start eliminating non-woke names of geographic features such as rivers, lakes, mountains, hills, canyons, and the like.

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