In The Moment ... September 7, 2017 Show 172 Hour 2
We begin the hour with Retired Brigadier General Robert Benson. You can hear him speak about his more than 30-year career with the South Dakota National Guard this weekend as part of the South Dakota Veterans forum. That's 9 a.m. to 11, mountain time at the South Dakota Air and Space Museum.
Dr. Richard Holm is host and creator of On Call With the Prairie Doc. He joins us to preview tonight's program on SDPB-TV with the theme of dental care for the elderly.
What does reconciliation look like? Can a self-described militant resister turn toward peaceful, patient activism? The Black Hills Unity Concert is in its 4th year. Lyla June Johnston joins us to talk about reconciliation, the influence of Bishop Desmond Tutu, and the role of indigenous women in reclaiming the sacred.
A walk might not be able to save lives, but it can raise awareness and it can raise money. The upcoming Walk of Hope strives to stride toward the prevention of suicide. Joining us with more, South Dakota Highway Patrol Sgt. Tony Mauna and Julie Moore, training coordinator for the Avera St. Mary's Foundation in Pierre.