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    Barry Dana, of Solon, and a former chief of the Penobscot Indian tribe speaks during the Indigenous Peoples Day rally in Skowhegan on Monday. Dana stressed that the rally, the second annual in Skowhegan, was not sparked by the battle over Skowhegan Area High School’s Indians nickname and mascot.

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    Cheryl Seamans, of Athens, became emotional while speaking during an Indigenous Peoples Day rally in Skowhegan on Monday. The rallies are held nationally on Columbus Day to highlight mistreatment of indigenous people worldwide by Europeans.

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    Organizer Jennifer Poirier speaks with the media during a Skowhegan Indian Pride rally in front of the Indian sculpture in Skowhegan on Monday. Poirier said the rally was to show “positive community spirit,” by those who suppor the high school’s Indians nickname and mascot.

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    Barry Dana, of Solon, a former chief of the Penobscot tribe, speaks during an Indigenous Peoples Day rally at Lake George Regional Park in Skowhegan on Monday.

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    Donated food for the Skowhegan food cupboard and animal shelter pile up at the Skowhegan Indian Pride rally on Monday.

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    Jennifer Poirier, who organized the Skowhegan Indian Pride rally, held Monday, addresses attendees.

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