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Refusing to let antisemitism in Sioux Falls go unchallenged

The SDSU Poll we mentioned earlier showed 80 percent of state residents identify with a Christian denomination. Seven percent practice Islam, Buddhism, or Judaism. All of these traditions weave the fabric of faith in our state.

But religious conflict and hate crimes are present in South Dakota. In late November, some anti-Semitic signs went up in Sioux Falls–following a trend of increasing antisemitism across the nation. But local community and faith leaders from a variety of backgrounds refused to let the messages go unchallenged.

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