|Mickelson shared vision on first Native American Day|
|Monday, 08 October 2012 12:16|
Gov. Mickelson spoke at the first ceremony at Crazy Horse back in 1990, wrapping up what he declared to be the Year of Reconciliation. Mickelson talked about what he wanted the day to represent.
He said, "I'm not so naive to believe, and I know you aren't either, that we can turn back the clock of history by 100 years and undo those things that have gone on in the past. But what this does represent and what we can do is both turn to the future together and face it."
Mickelson talked about how when his father was governor race relations were his toughest issue to deal with as well.