PBS

In The Moment ... November 20, 2018 Show 464 Hour 1

ProPublica and FRONTLINE reporter A.C. Thompson has been following the rise of white supremacist violence in America for several years.

FRONTLINE's "Documenting Hate: New American Nazis" seeks to answer the questions of where this hatred comes from by exposing the objectives of the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen. FRONTLINE airs tonight at 8:00 pm. Central on SDPB-TV.

South Dakota Retailers Association

In The Moment ... November 20, 2018 Show 464 Hour 2

South Dakotans are making their lists. What's ahead for state businesses this holiday shopping season?

Nathan Sanderson serves as executive director of the South Dakota Retailers Association which represents nearly 4000 members in more than 160 business categories. Sanderson discusses the organization's legislative efforts and previews the upcoming retail season.

Kimberly Talcott

In The Moment ... November 20, 2018 Show 464 Hour 1

Eryn Schlotte has known for awhile that she wanted to serve in the Army. After a training day visit invite by her cousin, she was determined to be a combat engineer. She's now South Dakota's first female combat engineer.

Eryn is joined today by Greg Krajewski, he's the Veteran’s Resource Coordinator at Black Hills State University.

penguinrandomhouse.com

In The Moment ... November 19, 2018 Show 463 Hour 1

Andrew Delbanco's latest book is called "The War Before the War: Fugitive Slaves and the Struggle for America's Soul from the Revolution to the Civil War. Today he joins us to discuss his latest work.

militaryfactory.com

In The Moment ... November 19, 2018 Show 463 Hour 2

The summer of the early 1940's allowed the military addition of the USS South Dakota to its fleet. She was a battleship that found herself in 13 different battles and is the most decorated naval vessel of World War II. SDPB's Brian Gevik joins us with more.

Adria Botella

In The Moment ... November 19, 2018 Show 463 Hour 2

Erin Bultje is executive director of South Dakota Joining Forces. She's also program manger for the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs. The Department of Veterans Affairs is essentially the voice for veterans when it comes to assisting the veterans and their families. Erin joins us today with an update on what the department has been up to.

josephbottum.com

In The Moment ... November 19, 2018 Show 463 Hour 2

Joseph Bottum, Ph.D. recently wrote an article in The Senator that alludes to the computerization of society. Is it a good thing or is it not so good? What does that do to our smaller South Dakota towns and does it impact its population?

He joins us today to talk more about this.

sdstate.du

In The Moment ... November 19, 2018 Show 463 Hour 1

The first half of this year, Dr. Robert Thaler and his wife Karen spent time in Hanoi, Vietnam. They were there to study and learn abouth their agriculture scene.  As it turned out, they ended up teaching English as well.

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... November 19, 2018 Show 463 Hour 1

SDPB's Stephanie Rissler is with us today to discuss two more towns that she was introduced to for the documentary Vanished South Dakota, Towns of Yesterday.

Today the towns of Verdon and Trojan were the focus.

The panel of experts discuss the news of the day, address online privacy, and highlight some of their favorite gift ideas heading into Black Friday.

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