South Dakota Native Americans see no progress on race relations
Apr 24, 2001 —
It's been more than a year since a US Commission on Civil Rights report blasted race relations in South Dakota. Hundreds of Native Americans testified about abuses in law enforcement. The testimony echoed complaints brought before the commission in the mid 1970's, causing many to ask why there's been so little change. In our continuing Mainstreet Radio Series "Broken Trust - Civil Rights in Indian Country", Minnesota Public Radio's Cara Hetland reports.
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