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KSFR's Dennis Carroll interviews Turkish-born Santa Fe businesswoman Nedret Gürler about her homeland's recent vote to expand the powers of President Recep Erdoğan. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ksfrnews/dc-erdogan.mp3
Identifying as transgender elicits a multitude of responses in western society. I wondered what the experiences for transgender people are in Northern New Mexico and reached out to the appropriate communities in Santa Fe and Albuquerque to ask if anyone wanted to share their experiences. At first, I received no response. Then, I received quite a few. Now, we listen to the first part of my series chronicling varied experiences of transgender identity in Northern New Mexico. http://traffic...
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The Tribeca Film Festival began April 19th. Film critic David D'Arcy has the story on the documentaries, and a little bit about the celebrities. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ksfrnews/dda426.mp3
MONDAY May 1 - The vote for the National Legislature a year and a half ago, and polls taken in recent weeks show, 3 out of 4 Venezuelans want President Nicolas Maduro to leave office, and the sooner the better. Joshua Goodman, AP Buro Chief for northern South America has watched as support for, and protests by the opposition have grown TUESDAY May 2 - It’s been called the fastest-growing religious group in the Western Hemisphere: The cult of Santa Muerte, the Goddess of Death. Millions have...