Podcast: Play in new window | Download (23.6MB) | Embed
Jaylen Fryberg shot five of classmates, including some cousins, late last month at Marysville-Pilchuck High in Washington State. Two of the shooting victims died and the Tulalip teen also died of a reported self-inflicted gunshot wound. Members of the tribe and surrounding community continue to mourn the loss of three young people. In this hour, we will take a broad view of school violence. Are you concerned about the potential for violence in your child or grandchild’s school? What can tribes, teachers and community members do to make sure our children are safe? Does your school have a program to address threats of violence?
Mark Standing Eagle Baez (Mohawk/Coahuiltecan/Pawnee) – mental health practitioner, educational psychologist, and certified anger resolution therapist
Ken Trump – president of National School Safety and Security Services
Glenn Beaver (Kiowa) – community liaison, Kiowa Teen Suicide Prevention Program
Andrea Spotted Horse (Cheyenne River Sioux) – mentor and sponsor of Lawrence High School Intertribal Club and founder of Native Americans Against Bullying
Break Music:Wake Up Song (song) Voices of Salish & Ped d’Oreille Women (artist) Heart of the Bitterroot (album)