Shoppers at the Mall of America on Saturday evening got more entertainment than they bargained for, as the mall's eastern rotunda was packed with more than 1,000 people, including hundreds of Native Americans, for an Idle No More protest flash dance.SEE ALSO: Twitter sparks Mall of America shooting ... More >>
On Christmas Eve, longtime American Indian activist Clyde Bellecourt was arrested in the IDS Center's Crystal Court following an Idle No More indigenous rights protest that featured a flash mob dance. Officers said they arrested Bellecourt, 75, after they repeatedly asked him to leave the building.S ... More >>
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