In Photos: Indigenous Peoples' Day concert
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  • Fiddler Jordi Kleiner accompanied Indigenous Peoples’ Day concert opener Mark Cleveland, a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist who performs Native American and world music.
  • Along with playing music, Cleveland talked to the crowd about Indigenous Peoples’ Day and the upcoming presidential election.
  • Cleveland played guitar and flute during his performance.
  • Scotti Clifford Jr. and Wahpe Waste Win Clifford played a few covers, including music originally by Of Monsters and Men and Hozier, before Scatter Their Own performed.
  • Scatter Their Own, an Oglala Lakota alternative rock band, headlined the Indigenous Peoples’ Day concert at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall on Monday.
  • The band is comprised of husband and wife Scotti Clifford and Juliana Brown Eyes-Clifford.
  • Scatter Their Own performed a 45-minute set of mostly original music, including a song dedicated to those protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
  • Scotti Clifford and Juliana Brown Eyes-Clifford also took part in a panel discussion earlier Monday at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian.

The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian organized a concert to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall. Scatter Their Own, a band from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, headlined the concert. Mark Cleveland, a performer from Chicago who plays Native American and world music, also played the show. The concert was part of Evanston Indigenous Peoples' Day events, which included a rally against the Dakota Access Pipeline Project earlier in the day.

Editor's note: a previous version of this story said Scatter Your Own was an Oglala Dakota band. This is incorrect. Scatter Your Own is a Oglala Lakota band. NBN regrets this error, and made the change at 10:50 p.m. on Oct. 11.

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