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Contextualizing the Neo-Nazi displays in South Dakota | June 11


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An organization that monitors hate groups says an attempted neo-Nazi rally at the South Dakota state Capitol is like others that have popped up around the country. The Southern Poverty Law Center says this particular group has worked to expand in the region.

Following antisemitic displays on the grounds of the state Capitol, many are taking the time to process the incident. That includes Watertown Republican Representative Fred Deutsch.

Many are calling for the release of 79-year-old Leonard Peltier from federal prison. Peltier, who had a parole hearing Monday, has spent most of his life in federal prison. His attorney says his health is failing. Some say Peltier's incarceration stands in the way of reconciliation.

The National Park Service seeks public comment on a draft Accessibility Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan. The comment period closes July 7, 2024.

And more.

Krystal is the local host of "All Things Considered."