Indigenous Day of Rage Begins

The Indigenous Day of Rage, a planned direct action across the Americas, took place on the 11th against decolonization and violation of the land of native reservations in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. One of the main direct actions took place in Portland, with the toppling of many statues.

Kinłání (“Flagstaff”)

Reno

Protesters dropped a banner outside the Washoe County DNC and GOP headquarters.

Evansville

Protesters in Evansville, Indiana, dropped banners outside a highway.

Portland

Protesters organized a demonstration for the Indigenous Day of Rage, and toppled the status of Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln, both well-known genocidal actors against indigenous peoples.

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