On the mic is Mahtowin Munro, co-chair of United American Indians of New England, speaking in front of the Plymouth Rock memorial. Standing next to her is Moonanum James, co-chair of UAINE and son of National Day of Mourning founder Wamsutta Frank James.
Before marching, the crowd attended a rally, with only Indigenous people speaking. The event culminated in a potluck at a nearby church. The day, organized by UAINE, attracted people from all over the country, especially the New England region. Marchers also traveled from Labrador (Canada), Mexico, the Caribbean and South America to attend it.
— Report by Monica Moorehead
WW PHOTO: Rachel Jones