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July 14, 2017 Erica Nast, from left, looks on as Jed Eddy helps Whitney Like with her hood as she chugs some Boone's Farm wine before taking to the stage during the Miss Sturgis pageant.

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If the grant is for a multi-year term, funding for years two and thereafter will be contingent on meeting operating and financial requirements for the prior year."This is my frist time at this rally," Alcisto said.The vagabond had met some friends at one rally and decided to tag along to check out the Sturgis, Ky event. July 14, 2017 Miss Sturgis contestant Victoria Alcisto, right, chugs a bottle of Mike's Hard Lemonade before the start of the 2017 Miss Sturgis pageant at the Sturgis Kentucky Bike Rally.The GBHCMF President and Chief Executive Officer and the Executive Director and Chairman of the Board of the grantee organization are all required to be signatories to the Award Agreement.Miss Sturgis contestant Victoria Alcisto, right, chugs a bottle of Mike's Hard Lemonade before the start of the 2017 Miss Sturgis pageant at the Sturgis Kentucky Bike Rally.Like's mother, Teresa Duncombe, pushed her to compete in the pageant. July 14, 2017 Spectators cheer on contestants during the Miss Sturgis pageant Friday during the Sturgis Kentucky Bike Rally.

The rally has grown each year since it begain in 1993, but generally welcomes between 15,000 and 20,000 attendants.

Native advocates are predicting a similar fallout for women in South Dakota if the Trans Canada Keystone XL pipeline is approved. Attorney for South Dakota, Kevin Koliner, Native women comprise 40 percent of sex trafficking victims in the state.

Trans Canada plans to house pipeline construction workers in three rural man-camps located close to reservations in South Dakota. RELATED: My Night With the South Dakota Dancing Girls Both law enforcement officials and native and women’s rights advocates cite the emergence of these ‘man-camps’—temporary housing for transient workers—as major contributors to a rise in violence against all women wherever they are established. Although some research links the recent oil boom to the emergence of a culture of misogyny in North Dakota, Native-women advocates maintain that the Great Plains of North and South Dakota present fertile ground for such a culture to take hold.

It has been described as “a male-dominated dystopian nightmare.” That description is especially ominous for Native women, who are 2.5 times more likely to be victims of sexual violence than women of other races.

The perpetrators of this violence are overwhelmingly non-Native.

The vagabond had met some friends at one rally and decided to tag along to check out the Sturgis, Ky event. July 14, 2017 The crowd cheers as Erica Nast, the winner of the 2016 Miss Sturgis pageant, plays to her audience in the opening round Friday during the 2017 pageant at the Sturgis Kentucky Bike Rally.