Whiteclay protest march held
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JUNE 11, 2001

About 300 Indians and non-Indians held a protest march in Nebraska on Saturday to mark the one-year annivesary of the brutal deaths of two Oglala Lakota men.

The marchers protested police inaction over the deaths, which remain unsolved. They also protested the sale of liquor in Whiteclay to residents of the nearby Pine Ridge Reservation, located in South Dakota.

Get the Story:
Walk to Whiteclay: 300 people gather for memorial march (The Lincoln Journal Star 6/10)
Protesters March on Whiteclay (The Omaha World-Herald 6/10)

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