(Portland, OR) -- On the eve of Indigenous Peoples Day, police declared a riot last night as demonstrators toppled two statues and spray-painted several others. The protest had been named the Indigenous Peoples Day of Rage, and demonstrators called for the end of colonialism. The crowd gathered at Southwest Park Avenue and Southwest Madison Street, where they took down statues of Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. The crowd also broke windows at the Oregon Historical Society and several stores. No arrests have been reported.