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Panel Recommends Keeping ‘Negro’ in Place Names

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Acting on a request by black leaders, the South Dakota panel responsible for getting rid of offensive geographic names has decided to seek the repeal of a state law that requires the renaming of places that use the word "Negro."

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by Robyn Wright
by Robyn Wright

Should The Word ‘Negro’ Disappear From South Dakota Places?

Tonight(Thursday, Oct 24th) at 7 p.m., the South Dakota Board on Geographic Names (SDBGN) is holding a board meeting at the Sioux Falls Library Main Office, 200 N. Dakota Ave. (Meeting Room A).

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