SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — There were no protests on Monday at the Columbus Circle monument in Syracuse, even as the city continues to move forward on how to address the statue.
Over the weekend, a group called The Resilient Indigenous Action Collective held a protest, demanding the statue of Christopher Columbus be taken down, claiming it symbolizes racist acts of violence. This weekend’s rally was part of a larger national movement.
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