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September 15, 2017 – This week on New Mexico in Focus, producer Sarah Gustavus interviews documentary editor Paul Barnes. Barnes, a Santa Fe resident, is one of the editors of the Ken Burns epic series The Vietnam War, which will … Continue reading Longtime Ken Burns Editor Discusses Vietnam War Series With NMPBS

September 15, 2017 – Five seats on the Albuquerque city council are up for election this year. Crime, economic development and the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project are three of the top issues for voters this year. Correspondent Megan Kamerick is … Continue reading Albuquerque City Council Elections – District 1

September 8, 2017 – Five seats on the Albuquerque city council are up for election this year. Crime, economic development and the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project are three of the top issues for voters this year. Correspondent Megan Kamerick is … Continue reading 2017 Albuquerque City Council Races – District 9

September 8, 2017 – Five seats on the Albuquerque city council are up for election this year. Crime, economic development and the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project are three of the top issues for voters this year. Correspondent Megan Kamerick is … Continue reading 2017 Albuquerque City Council Races – District 7

September 1, 2017 –  Boye Ladd is, among many things, a pow wow emcee and a supporter of Native veterans who interacts with Native communities throughout New Mexico and across the United States.  Producer Sarah Gustavus sits down with him … Continue reading A New Mexico Perspective On Health & Dancing With Boye Ladd

The state of New Mexico is expected to receive nearly 17 million dollars from a federal settlement with Volkswagen over emissions in diesel vehicles. Some of the settlement funds could be used to improve infrastructure in western states, but part … Continue reading Juntos Environmental Group Wants The State To Replace Diesel Buses

September 1, 2017 – According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Native Americans and Alaska Natives are more likely to report their health is fair or poor compared to other groups. Native communities also report higher rates of … Continue reading Re-connecting With A Healthy Lifestyle: The Indigenous Way

August 18, 2017 – Five seats on the Albuquerque city council are up for election this year. Crime, economic development and the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project are three of the top issues for voters this year. Correspondent Megan Kamerick is … Continue reading 2017 Albuquerque City Council Races – District 5

August 18, 2017 – Five seats on the Albuquerque city council are up for election this year. Crime, economic development and the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project are three of the top issues for voters this year. Correspondent Megan Kamerick is … Continue reading 2017 Albuquerque City Council Races – District 3

August 18, 2017 –  In Albuquerque, faith leaders and community members gathered this week to respond to the violent march organized by so-called “alt right” groups in Charlottesville, Virginia. Producer Sarah Gustavus sits down with Richard Wood, professor of sociology … Continue reading Faith Leaders Working Together On Issues Around Race & Poverty

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