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June 1, 2018 – Some advocates have not seen much improve for their Native American relatives living on the streets of Albuquerque, especially with violence against the vulnerable population, which includes the beating and shooting deaths of Navajo men in … Continue reading Increasing Support For Native Americans Experiencing Homelessness

May 25, 2018 – For millions of Americans, the books of Laura Ingalls Wilder were a staple of their childhood. Written in the 1930s and 1940s, they chronicled her family’s pioneer life in the Midwest and Great Plains in the … Continue reading Caroline Fraser: Researching The Life Of Laura Ingalls Wilder

May 18, 2018 – UNM President Garnett S. Stokes faced many challenges when she arrived in New Mexico. The state Attorney General’s office is investigating alleged financial mismanagement in the Athletics Department and higher education funding from the state has … Continue reading President Garnett S. Stokes Takes The Reins At UNM

May 11, 2018 – Raney Aronson-Rath, executive producer of FRONTLINE, recently stopped by the studios of New Mexico PBS to talk about how she has seen the program evolve over the past twenty years. Aronson-Roth also told host Gene Grant … Continue reading FRONTLINE Executive Producer On Journalism & Uncovering Important Stories

May 11, 2018 — Journalist Gustavo Arellano is no stranger to controversy and has stirred up emotions by writing about Southern California’s painful history with people of color. He also has written pieces challenging the homophobia and racism within the … Continue reading Gustavo Arellano: Journalism With No Apologies

May 4, 2018 – Albuquerque has many things to offer it’s residents, but a professional sports team is not one of them. Issues such as population size, infrastructure, and median income have been listed as roadblocks to Duke City landing … Continue reading Albuquerque Sol Soccer Team Seeks To Build Enthusiasm In The Community

May 4, 2018- Academics at the University of New Mexico see much interest and value in offering degree programs in Native American, and Chicana and Chicano studies at the higher learning institution, especially in the Southwest where there are a … Continue reading Expanding Degree Options In Native & Chicano/Chicana Studies At UNM

April 27, 2018 – Jimmy Santiago Baca was born in New Mexico of Apache and Chicano descent in 1952. Abandoned as child, he was in an orphanage and was in and out of trouble as a teenager before eventually being … Continue reading Jimmy Santiago Baca: Words Have the Power to Change the World 

April 20, 2018 – Environmental journalist Jonathan P. Thompson has covered the western United States for decades. His new book, “River of Lost Souls,” examines what led up to the Gold King Mine disaster in 2015. He also wrote about … Continue reading Jonathan Thompson: River Of Lost Souls

April 20, 2018 – Journalist Maria Hinojosa has covered border issues for decades. She is the host of Latino USA and founder of the Futuro Media Group, an independent nonprofit media company that produces Latino USA and recently acquired the … Continue reading Maria Hinojosa On Covering Arts, Immigration And International News

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