The Red Lake High School shooting is the deadliest U.S. school shooting since the Columbine massacre that killed 15 in 1999. The incident has focused the country's attention on the poor conditions at the Red Lake Indian reservation in northern Minnesota as well as renewed fears over the "Columbine syndrome."
Hear a discussion on what incites shooting rampages in schools and how to avert what has become known as the "Columbine syndrome."
Molly Miron, editor, The Bemidji Pioneer
Katherine Newman, professor of sociology at Princeton University and author of "Rampage: The Social Roots of School Shootings"
Kent Smith, professor of Indian Studies, Bemidji State University.
This program aired on March 24, 2005.