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Little Big Horn Anniversary / American Indian #316334

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 25, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Anniversary of battle of Little Big Horn noted.

(Rosebud Reservation, SD: Bernard Goldberg) Socioecon. plight of American Indian examined; details given, scenes shown. [ELECTRICIAN/WELDER - cites his inability to get help, size of family, drinking habits; considers his future dead.] Statistics for Rosebud Sioux reservation for alcoholism, unemployment, national Indian suicide rate, lack of of any industry noted. [WOMAN - notes number living in home, cites conditions; notes number her children who are vets. and unemployed.] [Seth BIG CROW - describes teenage daughter's suicide attempt.] [WOMAN - is glad Indians beat whites once.] [WOMAN - cites lack of any possessions.]

Goldberg, Bernard;
Rather, Dan

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