Indian Country Today

Democratic Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren offered a public apology Monday to Native Americans over her past claim to tribal heritage, directly tackling an area that's proved to be a big political liability. New Mexico Representative Deb Haaland, who last year became one of the first two Native American women elected to Congress, introduced Warren on Monday after endorsing her presidential campaign last month and aligning with her for new legislation aimed at helping tribal communities. 


With the landmark Roe Versus Wade decision a possible casualty of a more conservative U-S Supreme Court, KSFR correspondent Martha Burk interviews the reproductive rights attorney for the New Mexico chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

For more information on Martha Burk, see link below: https://marthaburk.org

SF Playhouse Annual Fiesta Melodrama Shines Again!

7 hours ago
Santa Fe Playhouse

KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge speaks with Artistic Director Vaughn Irving about this year's  2019 Fiesta Melodrama by a courageously anonymous group of local heroes as they celebrate the 2nd annual 99th anniversary of a mysteriously old Santa Fe tradition.

Book Kids Santa Fe

Wake Up Call Segment Host/Producer MK Mendoza speaks with Debbie Maloney, founder of Book Kids Santa Fe, a non-profit organization helping bring literacy to children throughout New Mexico. As finalist in a national competition, votes from community members throughout the state can help the organization bring in $25,000 toward their foundation which provides new books for kids. Voting ends this Friday!

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An Interview with Renowned Musican Ida Kavafian

Aug 21, 2019
Curtis Institute of Music

KSFR's Bruce Hamilton interviews renowned violinist and violist Ida Kavafian.

Mark Donatelli is a past president of the New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Along with his widely respected private practice, Mark has been appointed to numerous commissions and task forces that address prison conditions, sentencing reform, and the death penalty, among other pressing issues in our criminal justice system.

On Wednesday's Wake-Up Call (August 21, 2109) he discussed the Jeffrey Epstein case and more local concerns about prison and jail.

Every artist at Indian Market has a backstory … how each person came to learn a craft or art form … when it became a profession … and what goes into the process of creating new work.  Deborah Begel delved into Monte Yellow Bird’s story … to discover a complex person who combines his spiritual and cultural heritage with the self-expression of his art.

With New Mexico state government taking a long look at legalizing cannabis for recreational purposes, KSFR's Tom Trowbridge speaks with cannabis entrepreneur Carlos Perea of Placitas.

This month's Community Matters program features Santa Fe Community Foundation CEO Bill Smith's recent interview with Kelly Egolf, founder of New Mexico Fresh Foods.


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