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Action for Sunday May 18th

To: oceti_sakowin@lists.riseup.net
Subject: Announcement: Action for Sunday May 18th

Sesquicentennial events will continue this weekend as a wrap-up of Statehood
Week. We are asking Dakota People and our allies to join us to protest these
events and continue our campaign of truth-telling.

We will rally on the Lower Capitol Mall at 6:00 PM, Sunday, May 18th.

People are more than welcome to picket and pass out pamphlets at the
Saturday event and earlier on Sunday.

For pamphlets or additional information, contact oceti_sakowin@riseup.net

Saturday May 17 & Sunday May 18
The Statehood Weekend Festival

The events during Statehood Week will culminate on weekend of May 17 and 18.

Saturday, May 17
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Music and Performances by
Hayor Bibimma Dance Group, The Fat Cats, Cyril Paul and the Calypso
Monarchs, The Black Story Tellers Alliance, Josiah Wordsworth, The Westside
Band and Kid Power with Rachel Kroog

Saturday’s Special Events
-A Vintage Aircraft Flyover at 12:30 p.m.
-Native American drumming and dancing demonstrations

Sunday, May 18
4 p.m. — 9 p.m.
Music and Performances by
Salsa del Soul, Young Dance, Rose McGee; Poet and Storyteller, Theatre of
Fools, Tales with Tails, The Teddy Bear Band, The Jack Brass Band and The
Chris Koza Band

Sunday’s Special Event:

Statehood Ceremony  – 6:58 p.m.
National Guard Flyover 6:58p.m.

Speakers that include Governor Tim Pawlenty and other dignitaries.

·8:45p.m.   The week ends with fireworks over the State Capitol.

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