This network is not yet active. It is being evaluated for possible use.
"Grown men can learn from very little children for the hearts of the little children are pure.
Therefore, the Great Spirit may show to them many things which older people miss." - Black Elk
Current Priority Issues
Reconciliation: Promoting just relations between indigenous & non-indigenous peoples.
Economic Development that is socially and environmentally sound, placing a priority on
Overcoming Poverty and Hunger.
Just relations with Hemispheric neighbors based on mutual respect and interdependence,
not on hegemony and exploitation.
Abolition of the Death Penalty.
SUNDAY, August 1, 3-4pn. Weekly hour of peace witness from on the steps of the federal
courthouse, 400 S. Phillips Avenue, Sioux Falls
MONDAY, August 2, 7pm. Rapid City Peace & Justice Chapter meeting will feature a
discussion with Laurette Pourier and others concerned with recent developments in the effort to get
COMMUNITY REVIEW of decisions by LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT. Election of chapter officers. St. Isaace
Jogues Catholic Church (next to Mother Butler Center).
MONDAY, August 9, 7pm. YANKTON P&J Chapter activity meeting when the chapter is co-
sponsoring a performance of A Single Woman.
TUESDAY, August 3 &pm. Food Tax Task Force meetingAugustana Collge, Madsen Center,
Room 101, Sioux Falls. This group will meet for 13 consecutive weeks.