Dignity / Chamberlain South Dakota / Created / Dale Lamphere / Sioux Nation

Not sure why this hasn't received more publicity, but this fifty-foot sculpture called "Dignity" was unveiled several years ago in Chamberlain South Dakota. Created by artist Dale Lamphere to honor the women of the Sioux Nation. It's absolutely stunning.

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