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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The founder of a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the Lakota language says the alcoholism, high suicide rates and rampant drug use plaguing young people on South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian Reservation stem from a lack of identity and a loss of culture. Those troubling issues are what inspired Mike Carlow to create Tusweca Tiospaye, which hosts an annual...

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