Means may protest 'Fighting Sioux' school
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MAY 9, 2001

Actor and activist Russell Means on Tuesday told the Grand Forks Herald he has not yet decided if he will visit the University of North Dakota this weekend to protest during the school's graduation.

The subject of the protest would be, of course, the school's controversial "Fighting Sioux" nickname. Means previously came to the school to oppose the continued use of the nickname.

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Means weighs protest at UND graduation (The Grand Forks Herald 5/9)

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