Two Native-American women and Idle No More organizers seeking to stage a traditional round dance at Minnesota's Mall of America (sic) were arrested by security officials so threatened by the announced action they earlier checked baby strollers for drums. Officials at the mall, owned by the Canadian mining and petro-chemical giant Triple Five Group, had written a letter banning the event as an unauthorized protest, but the women argued it was "a dance of friendship and peace" akin to a similar...
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