Dying In Indian Country with author Beth Ward

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This show is dedicated to: General Ware, Commanding General, 1st Infantry Division killed September 13, 1968.  His command helicopter crashed near the Cambodian border during the Vietnam War. 

Dying In Indian Country This is the true story of an American tribal member http://dyinginindiancountry.com/

Roland grew up watching members of his family die of alcoholism, child abuse, suicide, and violence on the reservation. Like many others, he blamed all the problems on “white people.”

Beth Ward grew up in a middle class home in the suburbs. Raised in a politically left family, she also believed that all problems on the reservation originated with cruel treatment by settlers and the stealing of land. Meeting her husband, her first close experience with a tribal member, she stepped out of the comfort of suburban life into a whole new, frightening world.

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