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Wake Up Call Segment Producer/Host MK Mendoza interviews NOW Film Committee Chair Dana Middleton and Chapter President Janet Williams about their last film in their film series on empowering women until the beginning of next year as well as discusses how and what can be done to better prevent pregnancies.

To find out more on the film screening of "City Dreamers" and the contribution women have made in city planning and architecture that have shaped our lives and how they broke through previous glass cielings by entering a male dominated profession, see link below: 

The Latest on NM Politics with Journalist Steve Terrell

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The Santa Fe New Mexican

KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge get the latest on NM politics with Journalist Steve Terrell. 

You can also find Steve's music show right here on KSFR! at https://www.ksfr.org/programs/terrells-sound-world

And you can listen in to his conversation on politics, below: 

http://www.roncrowdersongs.com/

Don't miss a listen to his award winning song and latest music video "Liberty"

Santa Fe Playhouse

Now in its 18th year…Benchwarmers is the Santa Fe Playhouse’s annual event featuring short plays written, directed, and acted by local Santa Fe artists. KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge welcomes David Carter and Annie Liu, the directors of this creative event to discuss the many layers involved in this production.

For more information, see link below: 

https://santafeplayhouse.org/event/benchwarmers-2019/2019-11-08/

The Santa Fe Reporter

  

www.nmlegis.gov

The most recent crime statistics show that New Mexico had a rate of 857 violent crimes and 34-hundred-and-20 property crimes per 100-thousand residents in 2018. When you compare New Mexico to the national numbers, well….it’s alarming.

Nationally there were about 369 violent crimes and 22-hundred property crimes, per 100-thousand population.

KSFR's Tom Trowbridge discussed the crime issue and what’s being done by state lawmakers on it with State Senator Sander Rue. A Republican, Rue represents Senate District 23 in Albuquerque:

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David Linke, Concha Garcia Allen, Louisa Putman, and Kermit Cole gather to discuss the impact families feel who are dealing with a family member experiencing a mental health crisis. The dubious nature of what we call "mental illness" often leads many families to be deeply divided over the very interpretation of what they see their family member experiencing and what we today call "mental illness". Thrust into the unknown, it can be a scary time where fears runs high and family unity can often go by the wayside as they try to navigate their way through how best to deal with it.

newcollarnetwork.com

Wake Up Call Segment Host/Producer MK Mendoza speaks with Founder of Santa Fe's own Fab Lab Hub, Sarah Boisvert about this week's New Collar Job Summit-happening at La Fonda starting tonight at 6pm. The summit is about strategizing how to better prepare our workforce for the digital age that is revolutionizing our workforce.

Chambers Law Office

Associate Attorney at the Rothstein-Donatelli Law Firm Kate Thompson whose expertise is in Criminal Defense and Civil Rights Litigation joins KSFR News Director, Tom Trowbridge to weigh in on the impact of a new law set to go on the books come January first - an  "expungement law". We hear what she has to say about how it can help people with past troubles with the law.  

Martin Heinrich

KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge brings you the latest input from Senator Martin Heinrich. The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to permanently prohibit oil and gas drilling on federal land within a 10-mile radius of Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northwestern New Mexico.

The bill, with main sponsor Representative Ben Ray Luján, passed by a vote of 245-174. All Democrats present supported the measure, as did 17 Republicans. It now goes on to the Senate.

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Monday November 11th - First the Private Military Security Contractor industry was a small club, but it’s getting bigger, and now the US which has been the #1 provider of these private security services, has growing competition from Russia and China. But David Isenberg, author of Shadow Force and a top analyst of the mercenary market says the industry is not just globalizing, it’s decentralizing. Could mean trouble ahead. Consider the case of Malhama Tactical...specialists in training jihadi terrorists.

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