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Join us for a two-part exclusive interview with Author Nigel Cameron who seeks to answer what may be the most important question to our human survival. He posits the question of whether this will be the moment marked most by the height of technology or the height of our humanity? It's estimated that close to 50% of our workforce may be eliminated by robotics and AI within the next 25 years. What happens then? How does this change the very nature of labor, our economic system, our political system and our very reason for being? Are we prepared?

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America's Trusted Digestive Upset Expert, Tamara Duker Freuman is cracking the code on getting to the root of digestive upset. Gaining recognition for talking about those embarrassing things most people don't want to talk about, she's helping many who are suffering in silence. She shatters common myths about supposedly healthy foods that might be causing more harm than good and gets to the heart of seeing through the latest fad diets to what works best for your body.

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Join us as we interview one of the world's leading experts on the cocoa industry that fuels the chocolate one, Kristy Leissle whose incisive book, "Cocoa" reveals how cocoa, which brings pleasure and wealth to relatively few, depends upon an extensive global trade system that exploits the labor of the poor. Behind every chocolate bar we unwrap, there is a world of power struggles and political maneuvering over its most important ingredient: cocoa.

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Join us as we sit down with two of the leading organizers behind Santa Fe's third annual Women's March, Sarah Ghiorse, executive director of NewMexicoWomen.org and Cecile Lipworth, founder of Ripple Catalyst Studio. Others who helped organize the event were Christina Castro, with 3 Sisters Collective.

"The Case For A Maximum Wage" - Part Two

Jan 21, 2019
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As CEO salaries climb to unrelenting heights and the rich get richer while poor get poorer, MK brings you a two part conversation with Author Sam Pizzigati about his new book "The Case For A Maximum Wage". Coming up, Part 2. He examines the role that a maximum wage could play in decreasing the increasing level of inequality not just in this country but around the world. He also showcases a number of examples of countries who have implemented one and as a result experienced much success.  

Fore more information on the book, see link below: 

billmoyers.com

 As CEO salaries climb to unrelenting heights and the rich get richer while poor get poorer, MK brings you a two part conversation with Author Sam Pizzigati about his new book "The Case For A Maximum Wage". He examines the role that a maximum wage could play in decreasing the increasing level of inequality not just in this country but around the world. He also showcases a number of examples of countries who have implemented one and as a result experienced much success.

Teatro Paraguas

Wake Up Call Segment Host/Producer, MK Mendoza speaks with Co-Founder and Vice-President of Teatro Paraguas, Argos McCallum and Performer Christina Vigil about their upcoming annual performance, "Atravesada" which discusses the many facets of what it means to cross borders, be they personal or political. Join this lively discussion to get to the heart of how we deal with the many intersections of boundaries, both positive and negative from country to country and person to person.

For more information on this incredible performance, see the link below.

KSFR'S Wake Up Call For January 21, 2019

Jan 21, 2019

KSFR's Wake Up Call for 21 January 2019

KSFR Talks With Marine Corps Veteran Tyann Nakai

Jan 21, 2019

KSFR's John Shannon talks with Tyann Nakai a Marine Corps veteran from the Navajo Nation whose advocacy for suicide prevention among service members lead to her creating an exhibit honoring Native American Veteran's at Angel Fire's Vietnam Veteran's War Memorial.  

KSFR'S Wake Up Call For January 18, 2019

Jan 21, 2019

On KSFR's Wake Up Call for Friday, January 18th 2019 MK will speak with organizers of the third annual Women’s March in Santa Fe. Also, John Shannon interviews Tyann Nakai,  a Marine Corps Veteran from the Navajo Nation who works in suicide prevention. And, Tom Trowbridge will update you on improvements to Santa Fe Community College’s William C-Witter Fitness Center. 

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MONDAY January 21 - On Dr. Martin Luther King Day, we consider whether life as has changed for people of color in America during the Donald Trump Era. With our guest, the Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated columnist Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune, we examine 4 cornerstones to Dr. King’s concept of the good life: security, civility, justice and opportunity. TUESDAY January 22 - Making recreational use of marijuana legal has long been an ambition of the NM Democratic Party. Now there’s a...

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