Sat. 11/9 6a: In this far ranging conversation, Barks takes us on a journey with stories of Rumi: Rumi talking to the ducks, his meeting with Shams, his fleeing Afghanistan with his father and 90 camels loaded with books, and more.
Wed. 1/11 8:30a: Some say the modern environmental movement was born in an oil spill in April 1970. Enraged by the first television images of the massive crude oil spill off the pristine Santa Barbara coast, 20 million Americans took to the streets chanting with one voice: Protect Mother Earth.
Mon. 10/31 at 11am: This is the first book of Ghost encounters of American Indians written by an American Indian. These are not second hand accounts. They are personal experiences told to the author by present day individuals who have witnessed spirits, and horrific hauntings throughout the southwest states of Arizona, California, Colorado and New Mexico.
Sun. 10/9 at 11am: The Bronx has long been a symbol of America's failings. It's still the poorest urban congressional district in the nation, and for many who live in New York's other boroughs, the Bronx is usually a place to avoid.
Sat. 10/01 at 7pm: With Globalquerque behind us, SocorroFest just a week away and 'Burque filling with balloonists we've decided to bring out one of the hottest shows of the year: Felix y los Gatos, the Globalquerque performance from the Fountain Courtyard Stage at NHCC.
Albuquerque, NM – Jimmy Lujan speaks with his friend Joey Goss. The conversation was recorded last June at a StoryCorps Historias mobile booth in Albuquerque. Editing by Lee Merrill and Candace Miller-Murphy.
The StoryCorps Historias Albuquerque project was made possible with support from the New Mexico Humanities Council and the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Albuquerque, NM – Mary Lou Griego and her husband Cristino Griego, both retired educators, talk about their activism with the Chicano movement at Highlands University in the late 1960's, and remember how they met.
SASO/CASO was instrumental in giving Chicano students a voice in student government. The griegos remain committed to activism, and have been together for forty years. Editing by Lee Merrill and Candace Miller-Murphy.