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写真 | 2021年 10月 12日 06:47 JST

U.S. marks Indigenous Peoples' Day

The words "Expect us" are seen spray-painted on the statue of U.S. President Andrew Jackson, ?as people demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous People's Day, outside the White House, in Washington, D.C.    REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

The words "Expect us" are seen spray-painted on the statue of U.S. President Andrew Jackson, ?as people demonsmore

The words "Expect us" are seen spray-painted on the statue of U.S. President Andrew Jackson, ?as people demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous People's Day, outside the White House, in Washington, D.C. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Remi Barnes squats by the shore of Randall's Island on the East River with her five-month-old son during a sunrise water ceremony, as Indigenous Peoples' Day is observed, in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar

Remi Barnes squats by the shore of Randall's Island on the East River with her five-month-old son during a sunmore

Remi Barnes squats by the shore of Randall's Island on the East River with her five-month-old son during a sunrise water ceremony, as Indigenous Peoples' Day is observed, in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Amy Taulman performs a fancy dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang

Amy Taulman performs a fancy dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Amore

Amy Taulman performs a fancy dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang
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A police officer stands by Indigenous matriarch Casey Camp-Horinek, as people demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous People's Day, in Washington. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

A police officer stands by Indigenous matriarch Casey Camp-Horinek, as people demonstrate during a climate chamore

A police officer stands by Indigenous matriarch Casey Camp-Horinek, as people demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous People's Day, in Washington. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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A demonstrator is arrested by U.S. Secret Service agents during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House.   REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

A demonstrator is arrested by U.S. Secret Service agents during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoplesmore

A demonstrator is arrested by U.S. Secret Service agents during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Demonstrators walk with their fists raised in front of U.S. Park Police officers while others applaud during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Demonstrators walk with their fists raised in front of U.S. Park Police officers while others applaud during amore

Demonstrators walk with their fists raised in front of U.S. Park Police officers while others applaud during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Amy Taulman performs a fancy dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang

Amy Taulman performs a fancy dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Amore

Amy Taulman performs a fancy dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang
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Angelica Rose Robertson shows off her handmade regalia during an event marking Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang

Angelica Rose Robertson shows off her handmade regalia during an event marking Indigenous Peoples' day at the more

Angelica Rose Robertson shows off her handmade regalia during an event marking Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang
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A woman poses for pictures, as people demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples Day, outside the White House. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

A woman poses for pictures, as people demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples Day, omore

A woman poses for pictures, as people demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples Day, outside the White House. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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A man blows through a conch shell horn during prayers at an indigenous sunrise ceremony on Randall's Island as Indigenous Peoples' Day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar

A man blows through a conch shell horn during prayers at an indigenous sunrise ceremony on Randall's Island asmore

A man blows through a conch shell horn during prayers at an indigenous sunrise ceremony on Randall's Island as Indigenous Peoples' Day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Kevin Locke of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation performs a hoop dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang

Kevin Locke of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation performs a hoop dance during an event to mark Indigenous Pemore

Kevin Locke of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation performs a hoop dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang
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People embrace during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House in Washington. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

People embrace during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House in Washingtomore

People embrace during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House in Washington. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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People demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples Day, in Washington. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

People demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples Day, in Washington. REUTERS/Kevin Lammore

People demonstrate during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples Day, in Washington. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Fatima Garcia of Danza Azteca Guadalupana dances during an event to mark IndIndigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu YingHuang

Fatima Garcia of Danza Azteca Guadalupana dances during an event to mark IndIndigenous Peoples' day at the capmore

Fatima Garcia of Danza Azteca Guadalupana dances during an event to mark IndIndigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu YingHuang
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Robert Soto (C) leads a prayer during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang

Robert Soto (C) leads a prayer during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austimore

Robert Soto (C) leads a prayer during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang
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A woman wades into the water along the shore of Randall's Island on the East River during a sunrise water ceremony as Indigenous Peoples' day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar

A woman wades into the water along the shore of Randall's Island on the East River during a sunrise water ceremore

A woman wades into the water along the shore of Randall's Island on the East River during a sunrise water ceremony as Indigenous Peoples' day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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A man blows through a conch shell horn during prayers at an indigenous sunrise ceremony on Randall's Island as Indigenous Peoples' day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar

A man blows through a conch shell horn during prayers at an indigenous sunrise ceremony on Randall's Island asmore

A man blows through a conch shell horn during prayers at an indigenous sunrise ceremony on Randall's Island as Indigenous Peoples' day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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A woman reaches into the water along the shore of Randall's Island on the East River during an indigenous sunrise water ceremony as Indigenous Peoples' Day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar

A woman reaches into the water along the shore of Randall's Island on the East River during an indigenous sunrmore

A woman reaches into the water along the shore of Randall's Island on the East River during an indigenous sunrise water ceremony as Indigenous Peoples' Day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Members of the crowd participate in a round dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang

Members of the crowd participate in a round dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitmore

Members of the crowd participate in a round dance during an event to mark Indigenous Peoples' day at the capitol grounds in Austin, Texas. REUTERS/Pu Ying Huang
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People raise their fists during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House in Washington. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

People raise their fists during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House inmore

People raise their fists during a climate change protest on Indigenous Peoples' Day outside the White House in Washington. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Chenae Bullock of The Shinnecock Indian Nation speaks to a gathering during an indigenous sunrise water ceremony on the shore of Randall's Island and the East River, as Indigenous Peoples' Day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar

Chenae Bullock of The Shinnecock Indian Nation speaks to a gathering during an indigenous sunrise water ceremomore

Chenae Bullock of The Shinnecock Indian Nation speaks to a gathering during an indigenous sunrise water ceremony on the shore of Randall's Island and the East River, as Indigenous Peoples' Day is observed in New York City. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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