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Native Americans to gather in Keystone, South Dakota to Commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Historic Invasion and Occupation of the ''Shrine of Democracy' Mount Rushmore

On August 29th 1970, a small group of young Indians invaded Mount Rushmore, the so-called 'national shrine of democracy' The invasion brought together Indians form different tribes and reservations who converged to help the Sioux Nation in their efforts to reclaim the sacred Black Hills and to force the Federal Government to be held accountable for the illegal taking of their Lands. At 7pm on August 29th , after eluding authorities, the group of young natives reached the top of the mountain near the four faces of the presidents where they hung a large flag with the words:SIOUX INDIAN POWER.

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