The flag of the state of South Dakota represents the U.S. state of South Dakota with a field of sky blue charged with a version (in navy blue on white) of the state seal in the center, surrounded by gold triangles representing the sun's rays, surrounded in turn by inscriptions in gold sans-serif capitals of "SOUTH DAKOTA" on top and "THE MOUNT RUSHMORE STATE" (the state nickname) on the bottom. The inscription on the bottom was "THE SUNSHINE STATE" before it was changed in 1992. Read the full Wikipedia article.
The National Federation of the Blind of South Dakota is one of 52 state affiliates
working to improve the quality of life for the blind of our nation and for the blind
of South Dakota. You can learn about our history, the history of our parent organization
the National Federation of the Blind, our founder Dr. Jacobus tenBroek, and much
The following links lead to information about the founding of the National Federation
of the Blind, and the National Federation of the Blind of South Dakota. Some portions
of this area are still under development. Check back for updates.
Information about Dr. Jacobus tenBroek, a leading scholar on human rights and disability
law and founder of the National Federation of the Blind. We are all here because
of Dr. tenBroek and the legacy he left us.
This book is the definitive history of the founding, growth, and development of
the National Federation of he Blind and a "Must-read" for all members.