Forestburg man featured in ACLU’s LGBTQ online advocacy campaign

Riley zoss poses with his dog for a photo on the farm.

Throughout the summer, people across South Dakota will be celebrating the culture and diversity of the LGBTQ community at Pride festivals, picnics and events across the state. Pride Festivals are a lot of fun, but they’re also a reminder that there’s still work to do in regards to LGBTQ equality in South Dakota. 

That’s why the ACLU of South Dakota has launched an online advocacy campaign to honor the lives and legacies of LGBTQ South Dakotans who are devoting their time to make this state a better place for their peers. The campaign features Riley Zoss, a Forestburg farmer and agricultural and engineering admissions representative at Mitchell Technical Institute. 

…Read on in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

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