Oh, you betcha! Home of Prince, Norman Borlaug, and the best darn state fair. It also has some of the highest racial disparities in the country for employment and income gaps. Mni Sóta Makoce (“Land Where the Waters Reflect the Clouds”) comes from the Lakota language—yet that is rarely taught in schools (or much at all about the native nations of the Dakota and the Ojibwe). Basically, there’s a lot to be proud of, but much more work to be done.
Slap it on a water bottle. Proudly display on a laptop. Use it as a “bumper” sticker on your bike….because who can afford a car with student loans like these, am I right? Stick it in your journal, planner, or on your favorite flask. There are no bad ideas in brainstorming.
Dimensions: 1.73” x 2”
Material: Like us millennials, these stickers are tough and made to deal with challenges. The simile might be a stretch, but these stickers are made with durable vinyl so they are protected from water, sunlight, and scratches.
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