Lessons from Red Lake
The counselors who responded to the tragic events one year ago at Red Lake came away with renewed commitment to fighting the problems many youth face on Indian reservations in the upper Midwest and Plains. A psychologist talks about what he learned in the wake of the school shooting.
- Doug McDonald: Leads a program to train Native Americans as psychologists at the University of North Dakota. Together with his students, he provided counseling in the wake of the shootings at Red Lake a year ago. Dr. McDonald is a member of Oglala Lakota Nation.
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