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In The Moment: Senator Thune Talks About The Black Hills Forest

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The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is underway. SDPB's Arielle Zionts joins us with reporting from Sturgis.

We continue our August Spotlight on the Black Hills National Forest by welcoming U.S. Senator John Thune.

FRONTLINE'S In the Shadow of 9/11 examines the domestic terrorism case of the "Liberty City Seven," a group from Miami accused of plotting to blow up U.S. buildings. Several of the men were convicted in spite of having no weapons, no plot, and no association with Al Qaeda. FRONTLINE filmmaker Dan Reed joins us with more.

In a 2019 interview with SDPB's Steve Zwemke, Lionel "Vinyl" Williams talks about frisson, the scientific term for one who gets "goosebumps" or a high from listening to certain pieces of music. 

Votes for women passed in 1918, after failing several times before. But amidst a World War, a global pandemic, and anxious national discussions about immigrants, South Dakota's suffrage leaders changed their tactics and carried the day in a rapidly changing electoral environment. How did they pull it off? Gerry Boychuck joined Ben Jones in the latest episode of History 605.

Move to Heal South Dakota presents Healing Arts 2021 this weekend in Sisseton. The event includes movement and mindfulness classes, Serene Thin Elk speaks about culture, mental health, and movement, and Acosia Red Elk delivers a healing performing arts show.