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Native American boarding schools and generational trauma

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On today's show …

A new documentary tells the history and stories of Native American children taken to a boarding school in Rapid City. Oglala Lakota filmmaker Jim Warne joins us to talk about his new film. His mother, Bev Warne, also joins us to talk about her own boarding-school experience and the damage boarding schools caused in Native American lives.

Plus, a closer look at the way South Dakota counties are struggling with the effects of farm drainage projects.

We continue our Meet the Candidates series, with a state Senate hopeful from Sioux Falls.

On this week’s South Dakota Home Garden, we’re focusing on your vegetable garden. Are you having a fruitful harvest? We talk with Landscape Garden Centers CEO and President Erik Helland.

And the Black Hills Playhouse is bringing the Tony-award nominated show “Something Rotten” to South Dakota. Playhouse Executive Director Linda Anderson gives us a peak behind the curtain and shares what it takes to bring this musical comedy to the stage.

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