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Images from Indigenous Peoples Day 2022, Durango, CO

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Randi Scott served his homemade corn stew made with freshly butchered mutton for the crowd at the Indigenous Peoples Day celebration at Buckley Park.

KSUT's digital content editor for Tribal Radio, Crystal Ashike took part in the Indigenous Peoples Day march and celebration on Monday, October 10, 2022 in Durango, CO and shared these images:

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Tracey Foster holds her phone to record the Indigenous Peoples Day march she's leading along Main Avenue in Durango.
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Marchers walk downtown on Main Avenue in Durango for Indigenous Peoples Day.
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A customer inside a cafe looks out at the Indigenous Peoples Day march passing by in downtown Durango.
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A marcher stops for a warm welcome at a store front in downtown Durango.
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A cowboy statue sits in front of the downtown Durango Mall where marchers took a break walking down Main Avenue to Buckley Park.

Crystal is the Digital Content Editor for KSUT Tribal Radio.
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