Anne Dilenschneider

House Bill 1057 & Transgender Healthcare

Jan 28, 2020
Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... January 28, 2020 Show 742 Hour 1

House Bill 1057 seeks to criminalize gender-affirming clinical care in South Dakota. As the bill makes its way through the South Dakota legislature, Republican leader Lee Qualm told the New York Times that he is hearing from voters who have different opinions about the bill. The bill is scheduled for debate in the House tomorrow. 

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The Hiawatha Indian Insane Asylum at Canton opened in 1902 and operated for more than 30 years. The facility housed indigenous people from across the country who were deemed insane for rebelling against white rule.

Two South Dakotans have been giving presentations for years to call attention to this piece of state and national history.

On Friday evening, they'll speak with a Rapid City audience at the Journey Museum.

Victoria Wicks has this story.

Argus Leader

In The Moment ... February 20, 2019 Show 519 Hour 1

How do assumptions about gender impact public policy? Is gender, in fact, binary?

Today we welcome Anne Dilenschneider to the program. She is a counselor who has worked with transgender people for 27 years and has completed international specialty training in gender health.

We were also joined by 17-year-old Oliver Dickman and his mother Jessica Martin.

Reporting on politics and public policy is supported by The Center for Western Studies at Augustana University.

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In The Moment ... June 4, 2018 Show 350 Hour 2

The Hiawatha Indian Insane Asylum housed nearly 400 Native inmates from across the U.S. during its 30 years of operation. It was a keystone of federal Indian policy in the early 1900s. However, more than half of the residents died of curable diseases.

Anne Dilenschneider and Jerry Fogg are South Dakota Humanities Council Scholars and Keepers of the Canton Native Asylum story.

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In The Moment ... July 27, 2017 Show 143 Hour 1

SDSU Extension held meetings across South Dakota this week, addressing current problems and developing strategies to handle the state's worsening drought. Today, we dive into the issues drought is bringing South Dakotans. Joining us now ... state Climatologist Laura Edwards and Livestock Business Management Field Specialist Heather Gessner.