Indigenous Peoples Day rally, march calls for the ‘Chief’ sign to come down

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Indigenous Peoples Day rally, march calls for the ‘Chief’ sign to come down

Event recognizing Native Americans also takes place at Fort Lewis College
About 150 people marched down Main Avenue on Monday, Indigenous Peoples Day, and gathered at the “Chief” sign at Toh-Atin Gallery to call for its removal.
About 150 people marched down Main Avenue in Durango on Monday, Indigenous Peoples Day. Marchers gathered at the “Chief” sign at Toh-Atin Gallery and called for its removal.

Indigenous Peoples Day rally, march calls for the ‘Chief’ sign to come down

About 150 people marched down Main Avenue on Monday, Indigenous Peoples Day, and gathered at the “Chief” sign at Toh-Atin Gallery to call for its removal.
About 150 people marched down Main Avenue in Durango on Monday, Indigenous Peoples Day. Marchers gathered at the “Chief” sign at Toh-Atin Gallery and called for its removal.
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