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NMPoliticalReport.com

Monday on KSFR-FM's Wake Up Call and MidDay Newbreak programs, News Director Tom Trowbridge discusses politics with Andy Lyman at NMPoliticalReport.com

TGRCNM

Co-Director and Co-Founder Adrien Lawyer from the Transgender Resource Center of NM discusses transgender education and Identity Politics with Wake Up Call's MK Mendoza.

Part One: Transgender 101 for Fundraisers

Part Two: Identity Politics

TRCNM is offering a class for fundraisers this Monday July 13. For more information, see the link below:

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Thursdays on KSFR’s Wake Up Call and MidDay Newsbreak, KSFR shares Report from Santa Fe with Lorene Mills. 

This week, Lorene’s guest is Marguerite Salazar, Superintendent, of the New Mexico Regulation & Licensing Department.

Rick Ianucci

SFPD Chaplain Rick Ianucci speaks with KSFR's John Shannon about the importance of reverance in responding while on the front lines.

WP Engine

Long-time Regular Listener and Espanola Resident Sat Guru Khalsa sits down with Wake Up Call's MK Mendoza to offer her feedback on shows and provides some wisdom for surviving the pandemic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ropI6u7JOLc

Twelve year old Animator Gabrielle Pearson speaks with Wake Up Call's MK Mendoza about what it takes to be an animator and what it was like to participate in the TrueKids1 Media Camp this summer. 

To find out more, see link below: 

https://truekids1.org/

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KSFR News continues the series produced at the Institute for American Indian Arts by students who share their stories of songs they have fond recollections of. It’s titled, “A Song To Remember.” Deborah Begel, Executive Producer of Radio IAIA, led the students in their story-telling process.

Today, it’s Charmaine Kinale’s turn. Kinale is majoring in Photography and Creative Writing. Her tribal affiliations are Hopi and Tewa.

AIHEC.org

KSFR News continues to offer a series produced at the Institute for American Indian Arts by students who share their stories of songs they have fond recollections of.

It’s titled, “A Song To Remember.” Deborah Begel, Executive Producer of Radio IAIA, led the students in their story-telling process.

Today, it’s Matthew Stout’s tale. Matthew is a self-described “white guy” with close ties to a couple Pawnee and Cheyenne families. He’s a Studio Arts major who plans to teach art and coach track.

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KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge spoke recently with New Mexico’s 3rd District Congressman, Ben Ray Lujan about the House-passed Moving Forward Act.

The Act is a one-and-a-half trillion dollar package to rebuild and modernize our infrastructure and create jobs for those hit hardest by the pandemic.

What To For the July 4th Weekend

Jul 4, 2020
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KSFR's MK Mendoza gives the latest on events happening this weekend...

To find out more, see link below:

https://www.newmexico.org/

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This Week On Here & There

Tuesday July 14th - Most of America’s soybean farmers have been using a herbicide called Dicamba, made to protect specific genetically-modified seeds. But Dicamba is volatile and drifts across fencelines, killing neighboring soybean crops not seeded for Dicamba. And now, evidence suggests, the Dicamba is also killing many trees across the Midwest, from the Dakotas to Arkansas. Johnathan Hettinger of the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting has the story.

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