This week on New Mexico in Focus, Correspondent Antonia Gonzales talks with advocates working to address the stigma of domestic abuse and sexual assault in Indian Country and offering opportunities to help young people learn about healthy relationships. The Coalition … Continue reading A discussion about domestic abuse in Indian Country, a look at bilingual education in New Mexico, and the Line panel
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 begin airing on NMPBS … Continue reading The Vietnam War editor Paul Barnes, district 1 candidates for ABQ city council, and the Line panel
This week’s New Mexico in Focus features September’s segment in the series “Our Land: New Mexico’s Environmental Past, Present and Future.” This month highlights wildlife and habitat restoration on Santa Ana Pueblo. The tribe has already undertaken riparian restoration along the Rio Grande and … Continue reading Our Land, Albuquerque city council races, and the Line panel
This week on New Mexico in Focus, correspondent Antonia Gonzales and producer Sarah Gustavus examine how one organization in California is using cultural activities to improve health outcomes for individuals and families. Gonzales and Gustavus are national fellows with the … Continue reading Health and wellness initiatives in the Southwest, clean air proposals for ABQ, plus a discussion of the shooting tragedy in Clovis on the Line panel.
This week on New Mexico in Focus – a look at the Albuquerque mayoral race as the election nears. New Mexico PBS and the Criminal Law Section of the New Mexico Bar Association held a forum for candidates vying to … Continue reading Some Q & A from our recent mayoral candidates forum, plus Gene Grant and the Line panel
This week on “Our Land: New Mexico’s Environmental Past, Present and Future,” correspondent Laura Paskus introduces us to a collaborative program that’s brought together local and tribal communities, the federal government, state officials and local individuals to manage 200 thousand … Continue reading Our Land, Paws and Stripes, plus The Line Panel
This week, New Mexico in Focus continues its look at counteracting the “brain drain” of young, talented New Mexicans leaving the state for jobs and economic opportunities. In the final segment of this four-part series, Correspondent Gwyneth Doland looks at … Continue reading The fourth and final part of our “Brain Drain” series, local education leaders talk about current vocational training opportunities, plus Gene Grant and the Line Panel