With an hour to kill before the Klan parade, there was general anxiety that some faction of the protesters would start a drum circle. “The anarchists don’t like drum circles,” Megan noted. Sugelema pointed to a man with a red drum at his feet. Two other men were carrying cymbals. Another man with an elaborate moustache appeared with a saxophone. A few days before, at the Standing Rock protests, Sioux tribal leaders had asked the white people, arriving in great numbers and in festive spirit, not to treat the protests like Burning Man.