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Renowned New Mexico Sculptor, Roxanne Swentzell joins Wake Up Call Segment Host/Producer, MK to talk about her history, her art, her technique, and her new cookbook, "The Pueblo Food Experience Cookbook".  Roxanne Swentzell was destined to be a talented artist.   Her family is full of renowned potters and sculptors.   Her talent was recognized early and she was given the opportunity to spend two years at the Institute for American Indian Arts in Santa Fe before graduating from high school.   She then went on to the Portland Museum Art School.

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Famed Feminist Author Carol Gilligan joins Wake Up Call Producer/Host, MK to discuss her new book, "Why Does Patriarchy Persist" co-authored with Naomi Snider. The election of an unabashedly patriarchal man as US President was a shock for many—despite decades of activism on gender inequalities and equal rights, how could it come to this? What is it about patriarchy that seems to make it so resilient and resistant to change? Undoubtedly it endures in part because some people benefit from the unequal advantages it confers. But is that enough to explain its stubborn persistence?

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Mindfulness and Its Discontents: Education, Self, and Social Transformation

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  Mindfulness and Its Discontents: Education, Self, and Social Transformation

We here at your community public radio station, KSFR work diligently to provide you, our valued listener, with news and public affairs programs such as Wake Up Call, the Mid-Day Newsbreak and hourly news updates to keep you informed of happenings in northern New Mexico as well as throughout the state. We’re in touch with the local community via our coverage of news events as well as conversations with news-makers, journalists, authors, musicians and activists providing stories and interviews that you just don’t get anywhere else than your public radio station, KSFR.

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Author Debra Gwartney speaks with Wake Up Call Segment Host/Producer MK Mendoza about her new book, I Am A Stranger Here Myself. Part history, part memoir, I Am a Stranger Here Myself taps dimensions of human yearning: the need to belong, the snarl of family history, and embracing womanhood in the patriarchal American West. Gwartney becomes fascinated with the missionary Narcissa Prentiss Whitman, the first Caucasian woman to cross the Rocky Mountains and one of fourteen people killed at the Whitman Mission in 1847 by Cayuse Indians.

We here at your community public radio station, KSFR work diligently to provide you, our valued listener, with news and public affairs programs such as Wake Up Call, the Mid-Day Newsbreak and hourly news updates to keep you informed of happenings in northern New Mexico as well as throughout the state.

We’re in touch with the local community via our coverage of news events as well as conversations with news-makers, journalists, authors, musicians and activists providing stories and interviews that you just don’t get anywhere else than your public radio station, KSFR.

Each third Monday of the month on KSFR's Wake Up Call, the Santa Fe Community Foundation's President and CEO Bill Smith hosts Community Matters. The program delves into major issues facing the Santa Fe area. Here's the March episode, featuring Santa Fe Mayor Allan Webber:

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The 60-day 2019 session of the New Mexico Legislature terminated at noon on Saturday.

KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge was there and files this report:

Today on KSFR’s Wake Up Call: The New Mexican’s Steve Terrell and host Tom Trowbridge talk about the now-concluded 2019 Legislative session; The Santa Fe Community Foundation’s Bill Smith leads this month’s Community Matters program on KSFR; and we’ll have local news and the Marketplace Morning Report.

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MONDAY March 18 - When he wrote his best-seller @War , 5 years ago, Shane Harris could see the problem coming. Now, as he reports for the Washington Post, what to do about cyber-warfare mercenaries is a red-hot question…especially when they’re being asked by employers like the UAE to spy on Americans. TUESDAY March 19 - Is Inequality in America Irreversible ? – that’s the title question of Chuck Collins’ new book. And, the scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies think tank says the answer...

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