March 21, 2006, marks the one-year anniversary of the school shootings that left 10 people dead on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. The shootings brought national attention to the economic and social problems plaguing Indian Country. American Indians are at the bottom of nearly every national indicator of well-being. Indians commit suicide at twice the rate of the general population. They're more likely to be poor, have health problems or die violently. Alcohol and drugs have ripped apart Native families. Often, the kids suffer most.