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'American Reckoning,' and tribal legislation in Pierre

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On today's show

State legislators who represent tribal communities bring legislation to Pierre to represent their constituents at the state level. South Dakota News Watch's Bart Pfankuch joins us for an examination of proposed legislation and what it tells us about priorities in Indian Country.

In Their Own Words: The Education Committee considers a proposal that would create and fund a limited number of schools based on native principles. Here is a summary of the debate on Senate Bill 139, “An Act to provide for the creation and funding of Oceti Sakowin community-based schools."

FRONTLINE's American Reckoning examines Black resistance to racist violence during the Civil Rights era. We talk with filmmakers Yoruba Richen and Brad Lichtenstein.

Take A Moment: The T.F. Riggs High School Chamber Choir performed in the rotunda of the capitol building in Pierre yesterday. The music was part of Arts Advocacy Day. We listen in on the sounds of music filling the rotunda.

Kevin Woster seeks help for his ailments from a professional but ends up bearing more than his sore muscles. For this week's "On the Other Hand with Kevin Woster" segment, we explore the art of full-body massage for a shy first-timer.

She began by writing songs in her hometown of Rapid City. She then found herself in Laramie, Wyoming, and Portland, Oregon. Now singer/songwriter Laura Mills has returned to Rapid City.

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