Red Lake Reflects on Killings Classmates, clergy and community leaders are taking a new look at life in Red Lake in the aftermath of Monday's school shootings. The isolated Red Lake reservation is home to some 5,000 Chippewa, or Ojibwe, people.
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Red Lake Reflects on Killings

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Classmates, clergy and community leaders are taking a new look at life in Red Lake in the aftermath of Monday's school shootings. The isolated Red Lake reservation is home to some 5,000 Chippewa, or Ojibwe, people.

A makeshift memorial to the dead at Red Lake High School in Red Lake, Minn. Melissa Block, NPR hide caption

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A makeshift memorial to the dead at Red Lake High School in Red Lake, Minn.

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