Rapid City man brings message of unity on Inauguration Day

RAPID CITY, S.D. — If you were on Main Street in Rapid City Wednesday, you couldn’t miss him. A man, making it his mission during the Inauguration to remind us that we are all Americans.

“America united,” and “We are all American,” were signs Charles MaGaa displayed near the president statues.

His intent? To promote a positive message of unity and healing in light of the elections.

It was a long day for MaGaa, who says he got to downtown around 10 a.m. and would stay until 4:30 p.m. Despite braving the wind and chill, MaGaa says the response was positive, with drivers honking and waving in support of his message.

“I’m out here to support the President of the United States, the Vice President, and their Inauguration. I’d like to just promote positive feelings in the country, people for one another,” Charles McGaa

He said he believes people are ready to begin the healing process, and thinks this was a great start.

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