Four NDN Collective protestors charged with trespassing

RAPID CITY, S.D. — Even with four people arrested for trespassing during the NDN Collective’s protest march and silo climb, the group’s Landback director, Krystal Two Bulls says she doesn’t regret her decision to hold the rally.

She says it was a call for native lands to be returned and to shed light on what the group says is police brutality against natives. Two Bulls says it was also a call to discard narratives surrounding the local native community.

“We will continue to organize, we will continue to stand together,” said Two Bulls. “Our campaigns will continue to collaborate, and we will continue to host actions. Until we reclaim our land, and until there is justice.”

Initial court dates for the protesters has been set for July 19th and 20th.

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