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New Mexico Protesters Topple Civil War-Era Monument on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

HeadlineOct 13, 2020

In Santa Fe, New Mexico, protesters occupying the Santa Fe Plaza chained and toppled a monument celebrating Civil War-era soldiers who died in battles against Native American peoples and which describes Native Americans as “savages.”

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