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Katrina Koehler, Executive Director of Gerard's House, and Roxana Melendez, Program Director of Nuestra Jornada, join me to talk about children in grief and providing a safe space to heal, for the last 20 years.

The theoretical physicist and distinguished professor at Santa Fe Institute joins me to discuss his new book, "Scale: The Universal Laws of Growth, Innovation, Sustainability, and the Pace of Life in Organisms, Cities, Economies, and Companies." Dr. West will deliver a public lecture at the Lensic in Santa Fe on Tuesday, August 29th at 7:30 p.m.

Guests include RSVP Senior Corps, services for seniors in New Mexico. Plus: An Indian Market artist, and a film review.

Pam Pierce, CEO of Silver Bullet Productions, produced the movie that features the voices of many Native American leaders and veterans of U.S. wars.

 

A conversation with Brian Vallo, director of the Indian Arts Research Center at the School for Advanced Research, and a member of the Pueblo of Acoma tribe.

 

This year marks the second Zuni Show to be held on Saturday, August 19th from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Scottish Rite Temple, and on Sunday, August 20th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. One hundred and fifty Zuni artists will participate in the show this year, up from 100 last year. They will keep 100 percent of the proceeds of their sales. Admission is free. Gomeo Bobelu describes his art and ways of seeing and offers a blessing to Santa Fe in this morning's program.

 

Hannah Colton interviews the author and founder of Solutions Journalism Network. She will be speaking at Women's International Study Center on Wednesday, August 16.

 

 

What's In Your Water?

Aug 16, 2017

Hannah Colton interviews Rebecca Moss of the Santa Fe New Mexican regarding her July 29th article on contaminated water in New Mexico. That link here: http://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/local_news/small-new-mexico-communities-struggle-to-deliver-water-free-of/article_b76d8f7f-7eb7-5456-a04e-91672499f13d.html

Zonnie Gorman joined me to discuss the 75th anniversary of the first recruitment of Navajo Code Talkers to serve as U.S. Marines in World War II.

Melissa Cefkin will give a public lecture in Santa Fe on September 14 as part of SAR's fall public lecture series. She is the principal scientist for Nissan Research Center and a cultural anthropologist whose work includes figuring out how driverless cars will fit into the human comedy.

KSFR General Manager Tazbah McCullah interviews the Native musician who will play a benefit concert for Santa Fe Public Radio on September 9th at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden.

Ellen Lockyer reports on Shoulder2ShoulderSantaFe's action on the Santa Fe Plaza on Wednesday night ahead of the Santa Fe City Council meeting, as well as Forest Service deadlines and news about Sabinoso wilderness in the first half of Friday's show.

Social Justice Fellow talked to Dr. Mark White of University of New Mexico for the story.

Hannah Colton devotes the show today to the subject of adult guardianship in New Mexico. Last spring, after a series of articles published in the Albuquerque Journal, the NM Supreme Court appointed a New Mexico Adult Guardianship Study Commission. Three meetings remain on the commission's schedule this year. Allegations of fraud and abuse by court-appointed corporate guardians continue in NM, with an indictment against Ayudando Guardians of Albuquerque for allegedly defrauding clients of $4 million.

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