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Entrenching trauma-informed approaches in the legal system

Rosa Jundt
Rosa Jundt

On today's In the Moment...

Last week, 25 people were killed when a tornado ripped through Mississippi. Before donating to help survivors, consider these tips from the Better Business Bureau.

Jessie Schmidt, vice president of the South Dakota region for the BBB, discusses how to make sure your donations make a difference.

A South Dakota State University researcher is looking to the past to predict the future. Rachel Short, Ph.D., studied the fossilized ankle bones of mammals to learn about how prehistoric animals navigated times of extreme climate change.

A free workshop taught law students and legal professionals how to provide trauma-informed care to their clients.

Tracy Bird is the child and adult advocacy studies program coordinator at the Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment. She helped organize the workshop and joins In the Moment to discuss its importance.

Kevin Woster brings an in-depth interview he had with Rapid City's mayor to the show. Steve Allender has announced he will not run for reelection.

Plus, the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra will perform Mozart's unfinished choral masterpiece this weekend. Maestro Delta David Gier and soprano Hannah Celeste Lu join Lori Walsh to dive into the complexity and emotion behind "Requiem."

Lori Walsh is the host and senior producer of In the Moment.
Ellen Koester is a producer of In the Moment, SDPB's daily news and culture broadcast.