ST AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- A dozen American Indians and supporters marched around the Castillo de San Marcos fort in St. Augustine on Monday.
The group was demonstrating against the digging up of their burial grounds in the city.
They're taking their concerns to the city, saying they want the city to not only stop digging up the graves, but also to honor them and their sacrifices.
They're actually asking city leaders to show respect by bulldozing the fort.
"We are very hopeful that one day, as the Berlin Wall came down, this fort will come down and the reason being it would be a minimum step to healing," said supporter Shannon Larsen. "The indigenous people of this county and other counties have never ever been honored."
She says they want to see the city hand over the site of the fort to the indigenous people and allow them to turn it into a monument for their nation.