Media for All People

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Generation Justice always strives to develop my knowledge and skills. I am grateful I have met many of these leaders who have shared their wisdom with me. They have given me the confidence to continue my vision of becoming a

2.7.16 The Seventh Generation

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We’re bringing you Indigenous voices from and about the Seventh Generation, including: Casey Camp Horinek (Ponca), Amanda Blackhorse (Diné), Lynnette Haozous (Apache), Rob Brown (Ojibwe), Christina Castro (Jemez and Taos), Nick Estes (Lower Brule Sioux), and Melanie Yazzie (Diné). Join

How New Mexico’s Behavioral Health Crisis is Impacting People All Over the State

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Many people care about it, but few people know what it is. I’m talking about the behavioral health crisis here in New Mexico, which has impacted thousands of us. Some people have serious mental illnesses. Some are struggling with addiction

Why I Protect Sacred Sites

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Recently, the movement against the construction of the keystone pipeline celebrated a victory. The news that Obama ended the deal with TransCanada brought me happiness and hope. As an Aunt and Godmother, I often worry about my nephews, nieces and

01.31.16 – Community Events and Legislative Updates

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This Sunday, our show focuses on fresh music handpicked by our members. We also bring you updates from the Rotunda and breakdown all of the events happening in during the current Legislative session. Play in new window |

“Prepare, my girl”

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“You’re doing it wrong, Kateri!” I was 6 years old and my first grade class performed a “traditional” pueblo line dance for our school. “You do it like this,” my critic, a blonde white boy, said as he hopped from

1.24.16 – New Mexico Legislative Celebrating Children & Youth Day

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Sun. 1/24 7p: In this program we share voices from the New Mexico Legislative Celebrating Children & Youth Day and new music from Albuquerque Native by way of the Dine nation, Def-i. Hosts: Sam Lechuga & Kenia Alonzo Calendar Hosts:

The Power of Independent Media

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Some of the earliest memories I have include watching westerns with my family. I remember my grandmother, after a long day of work, relaxing with John Wayne. It wasn’t until I attended college at the Institute of American Indian Arts

1.10.16 – #NMSpeaksCrisis

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Thousands of New Mexicans are living with the pain of not having Comprehensive and Integrated behavioral health services – but there’s a way we can help. This program features the ‪#‎NMspeaksCrisis‬ campaign and what New Mexicans experience due to gaps