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On today's show …
Sanford Health has received a grant that would expand its PLEDGE Study. We talk with Dr. Kurt Griffin about a blood test to identify children at risk for type 1 diabetes and celiac disease.
The outcome in some states regarding abortion rights has backers of a South Dakota ballot drive optimistic. SDPB's Lee Strubinger has the story.
You can tell a lot about a city by what’s on the menu. You can tell a lot about a city by how the most vulnerable are treated. Chris Madsen and Eric Schulte discuss the growth of the restaurant industry (from Theo’s to C.H. Patisserie) and feeding the hungry (the history and mission of The Banquet) as a way of getting to know the "City of Hustle’s" food culture.
How do we make local foods a public good that is accessible to everyone? We discuss lessons learned from this weekend’s local food conference in Sturgis. We talk with the special projects coordinator for Dakota Rural action Katie Stahl.
Jovan C. Speller presents an immersive art installation at Augustana University that transports viewers to her ancestral home in Windsor, North Carolina. We talk with Speller about the art of the rural, separation from oppression, and the transportive power of the human voice.