A 1962 Chamberlain scandal, vaccine protocols, and our changing demographics
In the Moment is SDPB’s daily news and arts program.
New COVID vaccine protocols have been released for children ages five to 12. Dr. David Basel with Avera Health discusses decisions, safety, and whether or not South Dakota has the supply needed for a new rollout.
The state's population continues to grow and change. South Dakota Focus visits with new citizens about their hopes and challenges. Jackie Hendry is host of the show, she joins us today with a preview.
In 1962, Mary Woster was a South Dakota teenager trying to figure out how she saw the world. When a transgender person shot and killed a man to protect lost love, the streets of Chamberlain became awash in scandal, confusion, grief, and guilt. Mary Woster Haug's latest book is called Out of Loneliness: Murder and Memoir. We talk with the author about revisiting a murder trial in print.
Swayze Ness is a Kimball High School student who has been building her own cattle herd since she was in first grade. She tells Lura Roti how a trip to the pasture (and a whole lot of hard work) changed her future.
"No Child's Play" is a traveling panel exhibit featuring stories of Jewish children before, during, and after the Holocaust. The exhibit is coming to Sioux Falls at the Washington Pavilion November 1 - 6. The following week it arrives in Rapid City at the Journey Museum. State Historian Ben Jones talks with Marlene W. Yahalom, Ph.D., Director of Education for the American Society of Yad Vashem. We bring you excerpts from an episode of History 605.
SDPB's Larry Rohrer brings us a conversation about engagement and understanding between Native and non-Native students in the Mobridge-Pollock School District.
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