The Latest: Native American says he sought to quell tension

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The Most up to the moment on movies showing Kentucky students mocking a Native American at a rally in Washington (all times local):

2:forty p.m.

A Native American organizer of a march in Washington, D.C., says he felt compelled to rating between a crew of unlit non secular activists and largely white students with his ceremonial drum to defuse a potentially unhealthy scenario.

Nathan Phillips on Sunday recounted for The Connected Press how he came to be surrounded by a crew of students from a Catholic boys’ high faculty in Kentucky in an attain upon captured on movies that are circulating on-line. Some of the students enjoy been wearing “Invent The United States Huge Again” hats.

Phillips became as soon as taking share in Friday’s Indigenous Peoples March. The students had attended the March for Existence rally the same day.

Movies also expose contributors of the activist crew yelling insults on the students, who taunt them in return.

Movies also expose students chanting, laughing and jeering as Phillips sings and performs the drum.

A Kentucky diocese has issued an apology to the Ypsilanti, Michigan, man.


10:50 a.m.

College students at a Kentucky Catholic faculty who enjoy been excited by a video showing them mocking Native People exterior the Lincoln Memorial after a Washington rally might maybe maybe maybe potentially face expulsion.

In a joint assertion, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington and Covington Catholic Excessive College apologized and stated they’re investigating and might maybe maybe maybe merely snatch “acceptable jog, up to and including expulsion.”

The Indigenous Peoples March in Washington on Friday coincided with the March for Existence, which drew thousands of anti-******** protesters, including a crew from Covington Catholic Excessive College in Park Hills, Kentucky.

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Movies circulating on-line expose a formative years looking out at and standing extraordinarily halt to Nathan Phillips, a Sixty four-year-feeble Native American man singing and participating in a drum. Other students, some wearing Covington clothes and a lot wearing “Invent The United States Huge Again” hats and sweat shirts, surrounded them, chanting, laughing and jeering.

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