How is it possible that children seeking safety can be housed in squalid, filthy prison camps–in the United States? Immigration attorney Allegra Love tells us, paints the bigger picture, and shares ideas about how to respond.
Have you ever talked to someone who claims to have been abducted by aliens? We discuss the alleged phenomenon and much more on today’s program, with speakers and attendees of the annual Roswell UFO Festival. A little glimpse on a world of conspiracy theories, flying saucers, and little gray men.
While Steve Young was writing comedy for the David Letterman show, he started collecting weird vinyl records from corporate sales meetings–and found that they were full of incredible music from the weird about diesel and plumbing fixtures.
With lyrics “written by God”, the Battle Hymn of the republic has inspired American hearts and minds for generations. A ballad sung since the civil war by soldiers, slaves, and social justice activists alike, its history tells a story of our country. We talk to Harvard historian John Stauffer about his book, The Battle Hymn of the Republic.
What happens when an agricultural community has sold their water rights and can no longer exercise their livelihoods? We talk to Ed Roberson, conservationist and host of the Mountain and Prairie Podcast.
What would happen if you put eleven strangers on a raft at sea for three months? In 1973, an anthropologist did just that—and the results surprised him. 43 years later director Marcus Lindeen, built a replica of the raft and invited the survivors of the journey to share their memories of it.
In 1969 patrons of the gay bar, the Stonewall Inn, were fed up with police raids and they fought back. But leading up to that breaking point were decades of history and activism. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots we talk to Robert Rosenberg , co-director of the 1984 documentary, Before Stonewall.
Santa Fe Opera dramaturg Cori Ellison talks about this summer’s operas–history, production, themes–including a world premiere.
Discrimination, marginalization, and criminalization: these are among the challenges facing students in some of NM’s public schools schools—and the parents who try to advocate for them. We talk to investigative reporter Ed Williams of Searchlight New Mexico.
Emmanuel Karisa Baya combines many techniques, from traditional Kenyan farming to organic and permaculture, to make a farm that supports several hundred orphans and poor children, and engages the community in low-cost, healthy-soil food production. And he does it all with a focus on building a loving relationship with soil, animals and people.