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Monday, October 11, 2004

Natives hold Columbus Day events around the country.

Protest the re-enactment of the Lewis and Clark invasion
Mobridge, South Dakota: Sacajawea Learning Center, Monday, Oct. 11, 2004 at 1: 00 PM. The Owe Aku will be holding a demonstration to educate people about, and protest against, the re-enactment of the Lewis and Clark invasion. www.stoplewisandclark.org

Indigenous Day 2004
Sponsored by the Native Youth Movement
Come celebrate NATIVE RESISTANCE and help redefine "COLUMBUS DAY"
Portland Oregon.
Join us at It's A Beautiful Pizza 3341 SE Belmont St.
Monday October 11th starting at 5pm

"In Portland, there will be speeches and video showings throughout the day
to educate all about the Native people's continuing struggle as well as
music to celebrate the Indigenous culture. These events serve a critical
purpose but they do not confront the entire problem. More actions are
needed to confront the government and the businesses which serve to
eliminate the Native people's way of life. Celebrate Indigenous Day 2004!"

Stop The Madman Being Sold As A Hero

Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Monday, October 11th, 2004
Time: 4-7 pm.
Location: The Lancaster Square (in downtown Lancaster, on Queen Street, between Orange and Chestnut Streets)

"No town, no city, no civilization worthy of the title has any business commemorating a figure who, perhaps more than any other in history, symbolizes the wholesale destruction of a people." website

Native American Day celebration
15th annual Native American Day celebration
South Dakota
Monday, Oct. 11,
Crazy Horse Memorial.
The program at 10 a.m.,

"Native American Day in the state was established by the 1989 state
legislature at the urging of Gov. Mickelson. He declared 1990 a Year of Reconciliation
and called for the first Native American Day observance to be held at the Crazy
Horse Memorial, where the likeness of the Lakota leader is being carved to
honor Indians."

Indigenous Peoples' Day of Sovereignty and Solidarity.
Tahlequah Oklahoma
Monday October 11
Tahlequah Square

"The Eagle and Condor Indigenous Peoples Alliance will bring musicians, a
storyteller, arts and crafts and information booths to the old Cherokee Courthouse
Square in Tahlequah"

This is an incomplete list and we will post any new events that are sent to us. If you are in the area where one of these events are taking place, please attend and show your support.


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