NFB of SD State President:
Kennneth Rollman.
903 Fulton Street.
Rapid City, SD 57701.
Phone: (605) 721-3311.

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The South Dakota State Flag

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.

Governmental Affairs

The National Federation of the Blind of South Dakota conducts legislative and advocacy activities at both the state and the national level. Assistance is given to blind persons who are the victims of discrimination or whose rights have been denied. Such assistance may take the form of attempting amicable resolution of disputes, initiating court action, negotiating with public officials, conferring with private groups or individuals, and seeking publicity in the press and otherwise.

Washington Seminar

During Washington Seminar members travel to Washington, DC to speak with our national senators and representatives about concerns that affect the blind across the nation. Nationally, we work on strengthening Social Security laws affecting the blind, improving access to printed materials, and expanding educational opportunities for blind children.

United States Legislative Directory

Blind South Dakota residents are called upon to urge their U.S. House and Senate Members to support or oppose particular pieces of Federal legislation. The links below allow you to find contact information for your South Dakota U.S. Representative or Senator.

South Dakota Legislative Assembly

From time-to-time members and their friends are urged to contact their South Dakota State Representative or Senator asking them to support or oppose particular pieces of legislation. The link below brings up a directory of members that will allow you to access directories of South Dakota House of Representatives and Senators.

United States Legislative Directory

South Dakota Laws of Concern to the Blind

This section of our Governmental Page is still under development. Check back often to review and obtain copies of laws effecting blind persons in South Dakota.