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Rapid City Community Conversations Facebook Page
May 3, 2017

Community Conversations Allow Discussion of Race Issues

The second annual Community Innovative Summit was held in Rapid City, reports KOTA TV.  The summit gives citizens an opportunity to discuss options that will allow multiple groups to be heard while remaining respectful.  The conversations allow exchanging ideas such as ways to allow collaboration between tribal and city leadership.

The Rapid City Community Conversations group works to create a space based on shared values.  You can see a complete list of their events on their website.

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