FROM THE ARCHIVE

S.D. organization eases race relations

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MONDAY, MARCH 24, 2003

A new organization called Society for the Advancement of Native Interests-Today (SANI-T) is working to improve race relations in Rapid City, South Dakota.

The non-profit was formed last fall by Indian and non-Indian residents of the city. Volunteers work with clients to resolve race and discrimination issues. The group has worked on problems with local businesses, health care clinics, schools, government offices and real estate offices, according to The Rapid City Journal.

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SANI-T works to improve race relations (The Rapid City Journal 3/24)

Relevant Links:
Society for the Advancement of Native Interests-Today - http://www.sani-t.org