History, Patriotism, And Political Socialization
In the Moment, May 5, 2021 Show 1042.
Laura Edwards is the SDSU Extension State Climatologist. She joins to discuss the U.S. Climate Normal Report and its significance to how we view weather along with highlights from the report and how they pertain to South Dakota.
Richard Two Bulls talks with an episcopal priest who has a Native American food kitchen in the twin cities.
Dakota Political Junkies: Mike Card & Pam Carriveau discuss political socialization. We begin with a look at Governor Kristi Noem's national call for a "patriotic education worthy of an exceptional nation" and how she is the first "candidate in America" to sign the "1776 Pledge to Save Our Schools." We will also discuss her lawsuit against the Biden administration regarding fireworks at Mt. Rushmore over the 4th of July holiday.
In Thier Own Words: Carlee Hetland is a senior at Roosevelt High School in Sioux Falls. She takes some time to talk about how the pandemic has affected her last year of high school.
South Dakota Tourism Secretary Jim Hagen joins during National Travel and Tourism Week. We'll talk about a labor force for the tourism industry and efforts to find workers from other states.
Larry Rohrer previews this Thursday's epsiode of Dakota Life.