Source: Wyoming Tribune
On June 2, 2003 the Wyoming Tribune reported that a diversity rally held in Cheyenne, "which was started in Illinois by the Springfield Baha’i community in 1998, began as a statewide event to promote unity, friendship and dialog. 'Baha’is believe the solution to the world’s problems is recognition of our common humanity,' she said. 'Racial unity is the most challenging issue.' The rally is now held in six states, including Indiana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. The event featured performances from various diverse organizations in Cheyenne, including multicultural dancers, bands and martial arts demonstrations."