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Dark Canyon: Trust and Betrayal in the Northern New Mexico Church

For the second feature-length installment of our series, our reporters go to Northern New Mexico where Catholicism has been a central part of life for centuries, since the Spanish conquest of New Mexico. The list of 74 credibly accused priests, brothers and deacons released by the Archbishop last month names more than a dozen priests who served the parishes in the Taos area. St. Francis de Asis church in Ranchos de Taos is Rita Daniels begins the story. Ellen Berkovitch picks up from there...

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Dark Canyon: A Follow-Up Interview with Cody Hooks

Rita Daniels reaches Cody Hooks, deputy editor of the Taos News, to discuss in greater detail the dozen names of priests, brothers and deacons who served in northern New Mexico churches -- and who appeared on the list of 74 credibly accused clergy released by Archbishop John Wester on September 12. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ksfrnews/101217-DkCanyonRitaD.mp3 Here is Cody Hooks's story from September 21 detailing some of what he talks with Rita about today. http://www.taosnews.com/stories/taos...

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A new report out this month from the statewide think-tank Think New Mexico seeks to solve the riddle of why New Mexico’s student outcomes have remained stuck at the bottom of the nation even as our education spending has increased. KSFR's Tom Trowbridge asked Think New Mexico Executive Director Fred Nathan what we in New Mexico know about education spending as it pertains to student performance:

In-Studio: What Is The Future of New Mexico Libraries?

Oct 16, 2017

The future of New Mexico’s libraries is up for discussion among New Mexico librarians as various task forces report back on their findings following up on a statewide conference last year. Sustainable public funding, alternate funding sources and e-rate/broadband were identified in the 2016 Libraries Transform New Mexico conference as key issues facing libraries statewide. Tomorrow (October 17, 2017), the dialogue about these key issues will resume during a follow-up convening of the Libraries Transform New Mexico Conference.

Santa Fe city mayor Javier Gonzales announced on Indigenous People's Day that the city would meet with the All Pueblo Council of Governors to engage in dialogue to work toward collaboration and healing in the way Santa Fe recognizes and celebrates it's unique relationship with history.  Regis Pecos,  founder of the Santa Fe Indian School Leadership Institute, is to be one of the several representatives of the Governor's during the upcoming talks.  KSFR reporter Ellen Lockyer spoke with Pecos about the plan.

The 7th annual Santa Fe African Art and Culture Festival starts Saturday, October 14 at 10 am at the Santa Fe Railyard Park.  Festival organizer Kamajou Tadfor dropped by KSFR's studio to talk  to host Ellen Lockyer about the event, and it's headline band, Prince Kudakwashe Musarurwa from Zimbabwe.  

  

Film Honors New Mexico Folklorist Nasario Garcia

Oct 12, 2017

New Mexico folklorist and historian Dr. Nasario Garcia grew up in tiny Ojo del Padre, one of several villages along highway 550 that are now abandoned.  Garcia is well known for his many books on early New Mexico life, like Hoe, Heaven and Hell, and Gradma Lale’s Tamales, and he is the recipient of the Historical Society of New Mexico’s first-ever Lifetime Achievement award.

Lujan Calls Out Trump On FCC License Threat

Oct 12, 2017

New Mexico Congressman Ben Ray Lujan has issued a statement that he is quote “shocked and disappointed that President Trump has suggested the revocation” of  certain broadcast licenses.  Lujan says, the president, in a Tweet, suggested that the FCC revoke the broadcast licenses of NBC and other broadcast news organizations, because of the way they portray him in their newscasts.  KSFR’s Ellen Lockyer has more. 

Rita Daniels reaches Cody Hooks, deputy editor of the Taos News, to discuss in greater detail the dozen names of priests, brothers and deacons who served in northern New Mexico churches -- and who appeared on the list of 74 credibly accused clergy released by Archbishop John Wester on September 12.

Here is Cody Hooks's story from September 21 detailing some of what he talks with Rita about today.

http://www.taosnews.com/stories/taos-county-catholic-priests-sexual-abuse-dozen-served-local-parish-investigation,43139

CYFD Rolls-Out New Early Childhood Effort

Oct 11, 2017

New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department Cabinet Secretary Monique Jacobson this week announced that her agency is rolling out a new support system to assist and strengthen early childhood programs throughout the state. Tom Trowbridge spoke Tuesday with Secretary Jacobson about the effort.

For the second feature-length installment of our series, our reporters go to Northern New Mexico where Catholicism has been a central part of life for centuries, since the Spanish conquest of New Mexico. The list of 74 credibly accused priests, brothers and deacons released by the Archbishop last month names more than a dozen priests who served the parishes in the Taos area.

 

Economics of Happiness Conference Comes to Santa Fe

Oct 9, 2017

The Economics of Happiness Conference is coming to Santa Fe later this week.  Both conference organizer Melissa Picket and Craig O’Hare recently visited the KSFR studios to discuss the event with KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge.

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Monday, October 16 - New Hope for Compensation for Downwinders of the Trinity Nuclear Test?
Two big differences between the Trinity atomic bomb test in New Mexico and the later series of tests in Nevada. The Nevada tests were public displays, the Trinity test was a secret, and while downwind people made sick by the Nevada tests have gotten federal money, the Trinity downwinders haven’t. Santa Fe investigative reporter Dennis Carroll updates the story. Tuesday, October 17 - Does Coal...

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