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Cindy Uken's series on suicide in Montana for the Billings Gazette got the attention of state policymakers, who are now beginning to make some changes....

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Jackie YellowTail dares to break the Crow taboo by calling out the name of her dead son. She wants to break the stigma of suicide, especially on Indian reservations.

Picture of Cindy Uken

Cindy Uken's fellowship series on suicide in Montana for the Billings Gazette got the attention of state policymakers, who are now beginning to make some changes.

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