A line of around 50 demonstrators holds one end of a rope while the other end is secured to a stone obelisk in Santa Fe, New Mexico Oct. 12, 2020.
In July, activists called for the monument to be removed during peaceful protests. On Monday, a group of around 50 protesters pulled down segments of the memorial, which commemorates federal soldiers who fought against Indigenous people in the 19th century. A reference to "savage" Indians was chiseled from the monument decades ago.
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