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17 April 2020
Wind River Reservation, Wyoming, Réunion
Under 800 Words
Two women living on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming helped to provide mutual aid when they saw many families in the area facing difficulties during the onset of the pandemic. The pair set up a fundraising...
26 March 2020
Jackson Hole, Wyoming, United States
Wyoming has figured out how to solve one problem slowing down COVID-19 testing; doctors are using medical saline solution as a substitute for more common viral transport mediums, which are now in short supply. The Wor...
15 November 2018
Devils Lake, North Dakota, United States
Over 3000 Words
In rural North Dakota where clinical treatment centers are hard to find, a program called Free Through Recovery "seeks to drive down North Dakota’s prison rates by creating networks of sobriety and support around peop...
13 November 2018
Bismarck, North Dakota, United States
Over 3000 Words
Criminal justice reform succeeds when states prioritize rehabilitation and over punishment. In North Dakota, the Free Through Recovery program increases the number of stakeholders in a parolee’s success, creating mult...
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