The “Happy Holidays” Outrage is Bogus; Here’s How I Know

Logo for this year’s Cherokee National Holiday, featuring a drawing of Sequoyah in the center.
Our best attempt at cookies that look like the Cherokee flag.
Happy Holidays surrounded by the phrases Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and Joyous Kwanzaa
Photo Credit: Anica Graney / Clarion

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Kari Bale is a writer, editor, and speaker from San Jose, CA. She is a Stanford alum, former teacher, citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and wife and mother.

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Kari Bale

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Kari Bale is a writer, editor, and speaker from San Jose, CA. She is a Stanford alum, former teacher, citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and wife and mother.

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