JETA SUPPORTS AMERICAN HORSE SCHOOL AND DENOUNCES HATE CRIMES
JETA Corporation is a Native American Woman-Owned business. Therefore, it is no surprise for JETA Corporation to support the American Horse School Students and Staff who were victims of a hate crime and racial discrimination at the Rush Hockey Game on January 24, 2015. The group of middle school students made a two-hour bus trip from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to a Rapid City Rush hockey game. The school outing was a reward for academic achievement; but the group left the game in the third period when some men sitting above them in a corporate box began to pour beer on, and shout racial slurs at, the parents and students. To support American Horse School and denounce hate crimes, Jeta Corporation donated funds and purchased t-shirts.
* Please note not all employees are shown in this photo – third from the left is CEO/Owner, Linda Grow
There are over 60 nationalities in this world; and crimes motivated by prejudice due to nationality occur all over the world. Respect and equal rights for all are necessary foundations to any stable society.
60 Nationalities = one world =