Race relations discussed at forum in Rapid City
SANI-T: Society for the Advancement of Native Interests-Today hosted the second of two meetings on race relations in Rapid City, South Dakota.

The meeting drew a larger crowd than the first, The Rapid City Journal reported. Participants discussed ways to improve relations between Indians and non-Indians in the wake of drive-by attacks on Indian pedestrians in the city.

City council member Sam Kooiker also encouraged Native Americans to run for public office and accept positions on boards, commissions and committees.

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