Friday, January 12, 2018

Vermillion will celebrate diversity in the wake of racist comments

Earth haters Neal Tapio and Lora Hubbel have been dominating South Dakota's news after he said he wants to jail more teens, deny more Muslims freedom of religion and she painted an American Indian legislator with a racist smear.
Celebrating the diversity found right here within the Vermillion community will be the focus of a special event held next Monday, Jan. 15, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, at the Washington Street Arts Center. Families and individuals young and old are invited to attend the free event, entitled “The Art of American Diversity,” from 5 until 8 p.m. at the art center, located at 202 N. Washington Street. Monday’s event will feature many diverse voices. At 5 p.m., the Oyate Singers, a Native American singing group, will open the event.
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In an effort to cover up the crimes committed by the State of South Dakota at a now-shuttered stigmatized property earth hater Neal Tapio of Watertown is saying too few adolescents are being imprisoned.

Hubbel has taken a page from the Trump playbook and said exactly what Republicans in the state believe: anyone who has American Indian heritage should not be serving in a legislature reserved for white people. Instead of calling Gene Abdallah, Mohammad or Stan Adelstein, Hymie she called State Senator Troy Heinert South Dakota's Pocahontas parroting the derision 45 has for US Senator Elizabeth Warren.

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