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    South Dakota Hotel Owner Bans Native Americans

    South Dakota hotel staff quit in protest after owner bans Native Americans

    A South Dakota hotel owner said she was banning all Native Americans after a shooting in one of the rooms ? sparking such outrage that her entire bar staff quit in protest, according to reports.

    ?We will no longer allow any Native American[s] on [the] property,? Grand Gateway Hotel owner Connie Uhre wrote on Facebook, according to screenshots shared by outraged Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender.

    ?Natives killing Natives,? she wrote, although the victim of the shooting at her hotel Saturday remained alive, albeit with life-threatening injuries, according to police.

    Uhre also told staffers in an email that she ?really does not want to allow Natives on the property,? South Dakota Public Broadcasting reported.

    ?The problem is we do not know the nice ones from the bad Natives ? so we just have to say no to them!!? she wrote, according to the widely shared thread that SDPB said it had verified.

    Her views were immediately condemned by hotel executives on the thread, the broadcaster noted, including one executive who told her, ?Your racist rant is unwelcome.?

    ?These views are abhorrent and have no place in our community let alone our industry,? one hotel manager wrote, while another asked to be taken off ?this disgusting email chain.?

    Staff at the hotel?s popular Cheers Sports Bar went even further ? and all quit in protest, also joined by other hotel workers, SDPB said.

    ?I just don?t want to be associated with that,? said one of them, Red Elk Zephier, who is Yankton Sioux and Oneida. ?I didn?t even think about the money or anything involved, I just, I can?t have that in my life.?

    The bar?s regular DJ, Paul ?DJ Pauly G? Geissler, also said he ?will never step foot in there again.?

    The Rapid City government, Oglala Sioux Tribe, local law enforcement, and business organizations also sent an open letter condemning the proposed ban and asking the hotel owners to publicly apologize.
    More here: https://nypost.com/2022/03/23/hotel-...ive-americans/

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    The racist's FB: https://www.facebook.com/connie.uhre.9

    Her actual posts on FB.

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    A review of the hotel from last year, which shows how crazy this lady is.

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    Yeah, Puzz posted this in Dumb Things and when I saw it, it enraged me. They need to be shut down.
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    https://www.washingtonpost.com/busin...0de_story.html

    Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside a federal courthouse in a South Dakota city Wednesday to cheer the filing of a federal lawsuit over a hotel owner?s pledge to ban Native Americans from the property.

    The protesters held a rally and prayer meeting in a Rapid City park then walked the streets in response to a social media post by a Grand Gateway Hotel owner who said she would not allow Native Americans on the property. Demonstrators marched to sounds of drums and carried tribal flags and signs.

    One banner that read, ?We will not tolerate racist policies and practices? stood as a backdrop for tribal leaders and others to talk about the civil rights suit that cites ?a policy, pattern, or practice of international racial discrimination against Native Americans.? The suit seeks class action status.

    Brendan Johnson, a former U.S. attorney for South Dakota and lawyer for the plaintiffs, said the ?rest of the world? needs to know what?s going on in Rapid City. The suit seeks unnamed general and punitive damages.

    ?We need to be clear. We don?t file this complaint to send a message. We file this complaint because we want justice,? Johnson said at a press conference.

    Connie Uhre, one of the owners of the Grand Gateway Hotel in Rapid City, posted the ban notice on Facebook Sunday. That followed a shooting at the hotel early Saturday involving two Native American teenagers, Rapid City police said. Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Chairman Harold Frazier called the post racist and discriminatory and demanded an apology.

    Messages left at the hotel were not immediately returned. Court documents do not list an attorney for defendants.

    Red Elk Zephier, the hotel manager, told South Dakota Public Broadcasting that the entire staff at the hotel bar and some hotel workers quit due to the proposed ban. Elk Zephier. who is who is Yankton Sioux and Oneida, also quit.

    ?I can?t have that be a part of my life, that negativity. So I just don?t want to be associated with that,? said Zephier. ?I didn?t even think about the money or anything involved, I just, I can?t have that in my life.?

    Rapid City, known to many as the gateway to Mount Rushmore, is home to more than 77,000 people. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, at least 11% of its residents identify as American Indian or Alaska Native.
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    People won't go near that place from now on.


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    I thought the exact same thing. Poor Brennen Tammons.
    Oh well, back to gum.
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    1. How would they be able to tell if someone was Native American because people might not look it.

    2. Isnt this illegal to ban a race from an establishment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    1. How would they be able to tell if someone was Native American because people might not look it.

    2. Isnt this illegal to ban a race from an establishment?
    Right. It is so asinine and yes, it is illegal.

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    Just for reference, it is the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which protects against discrimination.

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    If the higher ups were so pissed about it, why didnt they just fire her?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    If the higher ups were so pissed about it, why didnt they just fire her?
    I believe she owns the hotel and bar outright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewitchingstorm View Post
    I believe she owns the hotel and bar outright.
    oh that makes sense.

    I was having a cousin Greg moment.
    Last edited by Angiebla; 03-24-2022 at 09:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    oh that makes sense.

    I was having a cousin Greg moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewitchingstorm View Post
    I believe she owns the hotel and bar outright.
    Yep. Her son who is the manager and quite the Q-diot himself is banging his head on the desk. You just can't say things like that. To be fair you shouldn't do it, or even think it... But posting your going to ban all natives because you can't tell the good ones from the bad. Never mind you have some of "them" managing parts of your business...
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    Pop some popcorn... and I have to laugh a calling our Mayor a liberal. If he's a liberal so was John McCain.

    https://twitter.com/RCJournal/status...38458963296257
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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzld View Post
    Pop some popcorn... and I have to laugh a calling our Mayor a liberal. If he's a liberal so was John McCain.

    https://twitter.com/RCJournal/status...38458963296257
    Didn't you get the memo? If you act anything like a decent human being of sound mind and intelligence, you're automatically a "Liberal" these days. I voted for Ron Paul and I'm a "Liberal'.
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    I thought the exact same thing. Poor Brennen Tammons.
    Oh well, back to gum.
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    https://www.keloland.com/keloland-co...hotel-manager/

    The Office of Governor Kristi Noem issued a brief statement in response to an email sent to her from Nick Uhre, the manager of the Grand Gateway Hotel and Cheers Lounge in Rapid City, asking her to help him by removing Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender from office.

    Uhre and his mother, Connie Uhre, who owns the businesses, have faced backlash in recent days in the wake of racist social media posts threatening to ban all Native Americans from the property.

    KELOLAND News obtained a copy of the wide-ranging 1,600+ word email on Friday.

    In the email, sent with the subject line ?Another plea to the Governor, You are my Governor ! SDCL 3-17-1,? Uhre outlines a wide-ranging number of accusations against officials including Mayor Allender and Pennington County Sheriff Kevin Thom.

    Uhre claims that Allender has a personal vendetta against himself and his family ?because of our outspokenness regarding the agenda of the left.? He says that in sharing his mother?s Facebook post, in which she said the hotel and bar would ban Native Americans, Allender had taken advantage of her, writing that she is 76-years-old and has ?moments.?

    Uhre also railed against the MacArthur Foundation and the Safety and Justice Challenge Committee, claiming that the latter is ?letting criminals Out [sic] of Jail to terrorize us.? He also implies that the Rapid City Police are part of a planned social media smear campaign against him.

    From here, Uhre blazes through several topics, including payroll records for police ?agents?, the identities of persons at NDN Collective, Obama, Black Lives Matter, Communists, 19th century German philosophy, Smart Cities, Colin Kaepernick and more. He writes, ?as I type this letter, we have a native American male ? who somehow entered the building and is now wandering the halls. [He] scares the staff because of his alleged schizophrenia and his record of aggravated assault.?

    The primary focus of the letter appeared to be Uhre?s request that Noem use state law 3-17-1 to remove Allender from office. This law provides for the ability of the Governor to remove constitutional state officers from their positions.

    The mayor of Rapid City is not a South Dakota constitutional officer, which is defined by the state constitution as the attorney general, secretary of state, auditor, treasurer and commissioner of school and public lands.

    In response to a KELOLAND News request for comment from Governor Noem regarding the Uhre email, her communications director Ian Fury sent the following response.

    The Governor?s office generally does not comment to the media on correspondence received from private citizens. The Governor is opposed to all racial discrimination ? there is no room for racial discrimination in South Dakota. Due to ongoing litigation on this subject, she will not be commenting further at this time.
    Ian Fury

    Other officials, such as Mayor Allender and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Chairman Harold Frazier, have made statements condemning the comments. So too has the South Dakota Democratic Party.

    Noem didn?t let legal action stop her from commenting after Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg was involved in a deadly crash, when she called for Ravnsborg?s resignation after he was charged in the death of 55-year old Joseph Boever. Ravnsborg?s trial did not begin until six months later.

    KELOLAND News has reached out to the Uhres, but has been unable to make contact.

    Also
    https://www.keloland.com/keloland-co...mo-link-block1
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowieluva View Post
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    What really gets me about this is the racist, moronic mother and son are on stollen property.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewitchingstorm View Post
    What really gets me about this is the racist, moronic mother and son are on stollen property.
    Right?! Honestly. They complain about the criminal aspect and blame it on a race when in reality it's the Europeans that created the scenario in the first place. With Black people, they were red lined and forced in to poverty on purpose. Native Americans were "redlining" on STEROIDS seeing as how none of the land was owned by the Europeans in the first place. Forced on to reservations, active genocide performed on them and now even their reservations are invaded by the Europeans for their gain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Babe 73 View Post
    Right?! Honestly. They complain about the criminal aspect and blame it on a race when in reality it's the Europeans that created the scenario in the first place. With Black people, they were red lined and forced in to poverty on purpose. Native Americans were "redlining" on STEROIDS seeing as how none of the land was owned by the Europeans in the first place. Forced on to reservations, active genocide performed on them and now even their reservations are invaded by the Europeans for their gain.
    My maternal great grandmother was Cherokee. It just breaks my heart to see how Native Americans are treated overall. Don't even get me started on the shear amount of missing Native women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewitchingstorm View Post
    My maternal great grandmother was Cherokee. It just breaks my heart to see how Native Americans are treated overall. Don't even get me started on the shear amount of missing Native women.
    My maternal Grandmother was also Cherokee and all of this infuriates me and breaks my heart!

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    The victim in the March 19 shooting at a Rapid City hotel has died of his wounds.

    Myron Blaine Pourier, 19, reportedly died Sunday. He was shot in a room at the Grand Gateway Hotel during an argument.

    The suspect in that shooting, 19-year-old Quincy Bear Robe, was arrested and initially charged with aggravated assault. According to a release from the Rapid City Police Department, the Pennington County States Attorney?s Office is now reviewing charges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzld View Post
    The victim in the March 19 shooting at a Rapid City hotel has died of his wounds.

    Myron Blaine Pourier, 19, reportedly died Sunday. He was shot in a room at the Grand Gateway Hotel during an argument.

    The suspect in that shooting, 19-year-old Quincy Bear Robe, was arrested and initially charged with aggravated assault. According to a release from the Rapid City Police Department, the Pennington County States Attorney?s Office is now reviewing charges.

    Omg. So young.

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    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/th...id=mailsignout

    The owner of a South Dakota hotel said she was banning Native people. Tribal leaders quickly issued the hotel a trespassing notice, citing an 1868

    The Black Hills of South Dakota have been inhabited by Indigenous people for thousands of years, but last month the owner of a hotel in Rapid City, located on the eastern edge of the mountain range, said Native people were no longer welcome.

    After a Native American man was arrested in connection to a shooting that took place at the Grand Gateway Hotel on March 19, the owner, Connie Uhre, said on Facebook that she'd be banning Natives altogether from the hotel and the adjoining Cheers Sports Bar.

    "We will no longer allow any Native American on property," Uhre wrote in a comment that was shared, and condemned, by the mayor of Rapid City, Steve Allender. Uhre also wrote that ranchers and travelers, presumably non-Native ones, would receive a special rate of $59 a night.

    In an email chain obtained by South Dakota Public Broadcasting, Uhre wrote: "The problem is we do not know the nice ones from the bad Natives."

    Local tribal leaders moved quickly, and on March 26 they hit the hotel with a trespassing notice, citing a 1868 US treaty with the Sioux.

    It was shocking, but not too much surprising, because we kind of live with this here in South Dakota," Harold Frazier, chairman of the Cheyenne River Sioux and a signer of the notice, told Insider. "But to really see it so blatantly, it was really concerning."

    Uhre and the Grand Gateway Hotel did not respond to Insider's requests for comment. Nick Uhre, Connie's son and the manager of the hotel, also did not respond, but told SDPB he did not support his mother's statements and that "Natives are welcome at the Grand Gateway Hotel, always have been, always will."

    The hotel refused to rent rooms to Natives, a lawsuit says

    Uhre's comment about banning Native people sparked swift and widespread outrage in Rapid City.

    NDN Collective, an Indigenous-led organization, filed a lawsuit on March 23 against the Uhres, the hotel, and the Retsel Corporation, which lists Connie Uhre as its president, accusing them of "explicit racial discrimination."

    The lawsuit said Sunny Red Bear, who is listed as a plaintiff, and another Native woman tried to rent a room at the Grand Gateway Hotel on March 21, a day or so after Uhre's comments, and were refused. An employee told them that the hotel was not renting rooms to people with "local" identifications, according to the lawsuit.

    "As a direct result of Connie Uhre's decision, announced on social media, to exclude Native Americans from her businesses, Ms. Red Bear was discriminated against in violation of federal law," the lawsuit said.

    NDN Collective sent its own representatives to the hotel to try to rent rooms on March 22 and they too were denied, according to the lawsuit.

    Days after the lawsuit was filed, Sioux leaders hit the hotel with the trespass notice.

    "You are hereby notified that the Great Sioux Nation has made an investigation, and evidence shows that you are in trespass," the notice said. Protesters gathered at the hotel the day it was delivered and a large "Eviction Notice" was hung over the hotel sign.

    Frazier said that he and other tribal leaders moved quickly because it was important "to get our people protected." The notice was also signed by Crow Creek Sioux chairman, Peter Lengkeek; Oglala Lakota Sioux president, Kevin Killer; Rosebud Sioux president, Scott Herman; and Standing Rock Sioux chairwoman, Janet Alkire.
    An 1868 treaty that was quickly violated by the US

    The notice said the hotel was in violation of the Treaty of Fort Laramie, also called the Sioux Treaty of 1868, which established that the land of the Black Hills belonged to the Sioux. When gold was found in the area a few years later, the US broke the treaty by allowing white settlers to move there, an action the Supreme Court deemed illegal in 1980.

    The treaty articles cited in the notice state that non-Natives cannot pass through the treaty lands "without the consent of the Indians." It also states "if bad men among the whites" commit any wrongdoing against a Native person they would be reported to the federal government "to be arrested and punished according to the laws of the United States."

    Leaders of the Great Sioux Nation consider the treaty valid. Frazier said that there was never an agreement by both parties to dissolve the treaty, so "it's still a legal binding document." He cited Article 6 of the Constitution, which establishes laws and treaties of the US as the supreme law of the land.

    US courts have also repeatedly acknowledged the validity of Indian treaties, according to James Meggesto, an attorney who specializes in Native American law and a member of the Onondaga Nation. He cited the 1980 Supreme Court decision on the Black Hills, the Eastern Indian land claims, and, most recently, the 2020 Supreme Court decision in McGirt v. Oklahoma, which held that much of eastern Oklahoma is Native land.

    "A treaty is the supreme law of the land whether it was made five years ago or hundreds of years ago," Meggesto said of the courts' reasoning for upholding Indian treaties.

    The issue is not a question of whether or not the treaties are valid, but how they can be remedied or enforced. In the case of the hotel being accused of trespassing, it's unlikely the federal government even has a process in place to enforce the treaty, even if it is valid.

    Still, Meggesto said "highlighting the treaty is a good way of demonstrating, 'let's not forget this is all Indian land.'"

    "We may not have a remedy to eject everybody from the territory guaranteed in those treaties, but there's still an obligation to make sure that the health and welfare of the people there, including people who are the victims of this blatant racial discrimination, are taken care of," he said.

    It's unclear what will ultimately happen to the hotel. At the time of writing it was listed as "temporarily closed" on Google and was not accepting any reservations online before May 16. The tribal leaders said they plan to pressure Rapid City to revoke the hotel's business license and that the tribes are considering a boycott of all of Rapid City.

    Frazier said they'll continue to explore options, but that it's not the first time Natives have been in this position.

    "We've been through it before," he said. "This is just a bump in the road. We just go over that bump and keep moving and stay positive. We can't let this destroy us."

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    This shit enrages me. Like...can I go burn the place down on their behalf? Actually no, she probably has insurance. Instead I wish her eyeball herpes. Fuck you Connie.

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