Kids, trauma and justice in a Native border town

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Kids, trauma and justice in a Native border town

At-risk children face generations of trouble
Navajo tribesman Holden Sneak (left) reunites with high school counselor Mark Holton and his animal therapy dogs, Miles and Oscar.
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Herrera
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Kids, trauma and justice in a Native border town

Navajo tribesman Holden Sneak (left) reunites with high school counselor Mark Holton and his animal therapy dogs, Miles and Oscar.
Jergens
Herrera
Ortego
Carter
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To learn more about the issues that Native youths face in reservation border towns, reporter Tobie Baker encourages policy makers, community members, parents and students to engage in a discussion.
Comments are welcome via Twitter by using the hash tag #KidsTraumaJustice or via email [email protected]
A Google Voice account is available for those who want to leave a voice message. Just dial 470-344-KIDS (5437).
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