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Columbus Day protests: Lincoln, Roosevelt statues torn down in Portland

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 13 October 2020
US protesters tore down statues of former Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln in what they described as a declaration of "rage" towards Columbus Day.Organisers dubbed the event "Indigenous Peoples Day of Rage," in...
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