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By James Walling
The Courier 

Schindler Speaks After Parking Her Bike


Annette Schindler / For The Courier

Chief Earl Old Person (l), is pictured here with Sarah Schindler, Tribal Security Charles Wolf Tail, and Albert Salway at the Blackfeet Tribal Agency office in Browning on June 10.

When I spoke with Glasgow's Sarah Schindler at the Busted Knuckle on June 16, she was well within striking distance of completing her ride across Montana to raise awareness for suicide prevention. Contemplating her goal of crossing the North Dakota state line, she grinned and said, "I'm so close I can taste it."

Three weeks later, Schindler says, "I feel like my work is just starting. Suicide prevention starts with us on an every day level, from being kind and understanding people, to recognizing warning signs, and starting discussions on mental health. Let's not forget that on average, so...

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