Mindfulness Expert Bhanu Joy Harrison speaks about the brain science behind mindfulness and the importance of learning self regulation techniques during stressful times. Tune in to hear how it all works. Links and information are listed below to register for the webinar on this topic offered today at 1pm by the Early Childhood Education and Care Department.



Former Executive Director of Tewa Women United and San Ildefonso Pueblo Elder Kathy (Wan Povi) Sanchez shares ways to face COVID-19 with culture and resilience.

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Wake Up Call's MK Mendoza speaks with her nephew, Justen Mendoza (30 years old) who has come down with COVID-19 while living in New York.

Health professionals Kristyn Yepa (Jemez Pueblo) and Steven Mora (Jemez Pueblo) talk about engaging their Pueblo with emergency health management in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jicarilla Apache Nation student Kaylee Wood talks about the transitions she’s had to make as a student because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Miss Eastern Navajo 2019-2020 Danielle Dawes discusses working with elders in Gallup, New Mexico during the COVID-19 pandemic. She also shares what this emergency health issue has brought to her current title reign.

Zoom Blog

Early Childhood Education and Care Dept. Joins Forces with CYFD to Bring Virtual Talks to help parents, children and families cope during the Covid-19 pandemic. Sign up this morning before 11am to tune in on zoom. See links below and listen in to find out more!

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Elizabeth Camacho from the Economic Development Department meets with KSFR's MK Mendoza to discuss the vast variety of resources available to people throughout New Mexico that are all found at the city's new website, or - Funding and resources are available for everything from food, shelter and health to education, art and economics including information for the unemployed, small and large businesses.  It's the one-stop shop for all things COVID-19. Listen in to find out about the vast array of programs available to the public.


Dr. Bret Smoker from Indian Health Service talks about the impact of COVID-19 on the state's indigenous population and why so many are at such high risk for infection.

Early Childhood Education Policy Officer of the Thornburg Foundation Michael Weinberg speaks with KSFR's MK Mendoza about the Emergency Response Grant that the Early Childhood Education Funders Group is offering during the Covid-19 pandemic to help support our most vulnerable.

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Secretary Trujillo discusses the State of New Mexico's "Tribal Response Plan COVID-19" that was prepared by the NM Indian Affairs Department as well as, the 4/19/20 New Mexico's Tribal Communities and COVID-19: A Virtual Town Hall

Governor Talachy discusses using the Buffalo Thunder resort as a quarantine facility for New Mexico tribal members awaiting test results for COVID-19

New Mexico Representative Derrick J. Lente (Isleta & Sandia Pueblos) House District 65