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February 14th, 2010
04:05 AM ET

Coming up on this CNN Sunday Morning...

Operation Moshtarak enters a second day in Afghanistan. We'll have team coverage.

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Bonnie Schneider's in for Reynolds Wolf. She'll tell you which parts of the country can expect snow or rain changing to snow today.

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  1. A. Smith, Oregon

    Native American Children in South and North Dakota gravely need your help with food, medicine, shelter and many of them have no power while the horrific blizzard sweeps over their reservations.

    Navajo Background: "Centuries of abuse and neglect of the original inhabitants of what is now the United States has not ended. Our reservations are still like third world countries. When massive ice storms and high winds hit the reservations in the Dakotas mid January poor housing, weak heating systems, sparse cupboards, lack of warm clothing and health problems make it difficult to survive. Add to that a utilities infrastructure that was brought to its knees on the Cheyenne River Reservation when 3000 poles and power lines came down from 6 inches of ice weight also crippling the water system. Ongoing storm conditions hampered repair. The reservation has been without power since Jan. 21st and Federal funds are still weeks away".

    The LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Home Assistance) programs ran out of winter funding in early December.

    February 14, 2010 at 6:23 pm |