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Race Forum Draws 150 People to Hear and Be Heard
February 10, 2015

Race Forum Draws 150 People to Hear and Be Heard

Rapid City Mayor Sam Kooiker and Police Chief Karl Jergeris held a public forum at He Sapa New Life Church that drew 150 visitors to its discussion on race relations and healing them in Rapid City. According to the Rapid City Journal article, people spoke out about their own experiences, good and bad, and also voiced support and hope for improving relations between the city, RCPD, and the Native community.

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