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'A chance to right some wrongs': South Dakota could be first in contiguous US to recognize official indigenous language

Above the grand marble staircase of the South Dakota capitol building is a mural depicting an American Indian offering an animal skin to a white settler, titled “The Advent of Commerce.” More than two centuries after pioneers settled on the land now considered South Dakota, the state may finally be offering its American Indian people something in return.

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