Artist and performer Eddie Vitch came from a small town in Poland, found success in Paris, and made his way to Los Angeles, only to be deported back to Europe during the rise of the Third Reich. His story of survival is unique and enigmatic.
So says education expert Diane Ravitch. She gives us a reasonable — and scathing — indictment of the charter school movement, its underlying profit motive, and its ultimate failure to improve public education or serve students.
From small-town America to Swiss seminary to California politics, Bill Press has sought a life of public service. He talks about his work as co-host of CNN’s Crossfire, and our current political problems and possibilities.
David Epley, also known as Doktor Kaboom, talks about his live show, Doktor Kaboom! It’s Just Rocket Science at the Lensic Center for Performing Arts on Sunday, April 8. And Lensic director Joel Aalberts, Executive Director of the Lensic, talks about his programming philosophy and education programs.
This federal agency kills over three million animals every year, many of them native species. Why are they killing, and how are they doing it? We talk to Wild Earth Guardians which investigates the agency, and we also discuss wildlife trapping in NM.
Marcela Diaz of Somos un Pueblo Unido talks about wage theft and the recent court decisions to protect workers, private prisons, Santa Fe as a sanctuary city, and more.
To what extent are motorists aware of the bicyclists with whom they share the road? Matt Kreitman of Bike Santa Fe talks about how to stay safe on the road, and bike education.
Viki Harrison of Common Cause New Mexico on about the infrastructure that makes our democracy work, what happens when it fails, how New Mexico is doing, and how we could improve for the benefit of all citizens.
That’s right, seven of them–from HIV/AIDS to resistant strains of bacteria, viruses, flus, and lyme disease. Dr. Mark Jerome Walters talks about the human role in causing and aggravating those diseases by our poor handling of ecosystems.
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