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Espejos de Aztlan

Bilingual arts and public affairs program with interviews.  Click here to email questions and comments.

http://www.angelwynn.com

Mon. 7/31, 7p: Angel Wynn´s art pays homage to the women who worked and fought during Mexico´s revolution (1910-1920) through “Adelita” who was a symbol -not yet fully recognized-  of women who made history for their land and families. Ms. Wynn will talk with host Cristina Baccin about how soldadera´s lives became the inspiration of her art.

Piñatas

Jul 2, 2017
Photo By Tey Diana Rebolledo (Nov. 2015)

Mon. 7/3, 7p: Celebration, fiesta, protest and more are wrapped up in the traditional art form of colorful papers and imaginative design that is the piñata. On Espejos de Aztlán, Cristina Baccin interviews Visual Arts Program Director, Dr. Tey Marianna Nunn National Hispanic Cultural Center and Curator of The Piñata Exhibit that runs through January 31. Dr.

Humans Of New Mexico: Voces del Norte

Jun 22, 2017
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Mon.5/15, 7p: Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project, Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de Nuevo México. We´ll listen to the powerful stories of Taos artist, Anita Rodriguez, El Rito artist, Nicholas Herrera, and the owner of Los Rios River Runners, Francisco Guevara who paints an image of northern New Mexico’s imaginary.

Anita Rodriguez talks about how she identifies as Taoseña and Legacy Hispanic: 

Humans Of New Mexico: Humanizing Education

Jun 16, 2017
Bobby Gutierrez (https://www.instagram.com/bg1313bg)

Mon.6/19, 7p: Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project, Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de Nuevo México. In Espejos de Aztlán show, we´ll listen to the powerful stories of La Academia de Esperanza High School students, Melissa Salas, Diego Hernandez, Cesar Guillen Lozano, and teacher Ms. Kate Smith.

 

Challah Rising In The Desert

Jun 12, 2017
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Mon 6/12 7p: Monday evening on Espejos de Aztlán, Henry Gonzales will be interviewing Paula Amar Scwartz and Isaac Artenstein, about a film called Challah Rising in the Desert, a film about the Jews in New Mexico. Raices, your alternative Latino music program follows at 7:30pm.

Green Chile & Slam Poetry

Jun 5, 2017

  Mon. 6/5, 7p: Local poets perform their poems and converse with host Cristina Baccin about being part of the Southwest poetry family, what´s distintictive about it, and the forthcoming 4th Annual Green Chile Regional Slam Poetry Competition (June 9-10).  Listen to these young voices filled with infectious enthusiasm: competition organizers Mercedez Holtry, Eva Crespin and one of Albuquerque´s teams: Dinessa Daniel, Sarita Gonzalez, Kayla Jenae, Veronica Trujillo, Alexis Donato and Sophie Toth. They share their passion & struggles through this empowering poetry experience. 

Two sisters, despite being an ocean apart, "meet in New Mexico" dressed in blue. In an excellent bilingual telling, co-authors Dr. Anna Nogar and Professor Emeritus Enrique Lamadrid, share the legend of an intercultural and  mysterious encounter between two young women: Paf Sheuri (Blue Flower), from a Pueblo community and Sister Maria, while living in a convent in a small community of Northern Castilla (Spain) claims to magically transport herself to the Land of Enchantment.

Humans Of New Mexico: Voces Del Norte

May 17, 2017
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Mon.5/15, 7p: Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project, Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de Nuevo México. We´ll listen to the powerful stories of Taos artist, Anita Rodriguez, El Rito artist, Nicholas Herrera, and the owner of Los Rios River Runners, Francisco Guevara who paints an image of northern New Mexico’s imaginary.

Anita Rodriguez talks about how she identifies as Taoseña and Legacy Hispanic: 

http://perusindical.blogia.com

Mon. 5/1, 7p: Espejos de Aztlán celebrates International Workers´ Day with a show hosted by Cristina Baccin about the D. Trump administration threats to immigrants and workers´ rights. 

Humans Of New Mexico: Enlightening Eileen

Mar 21, 2017
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Mon.3/20, 7p: Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project, Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de Nuevo México. We´ll listen to the powerful story of Santa Fe Capitol Roundhouse custodial worker, Eileen Espinoza who talks about working the capital building for the last 27 years: 

 

Cadena Ser

Mon. 3/6, 7p: Espejos de Aztlán commemorates International Women´s Day  with guests Amy Whitfield, YWCA New Mexico President; Dr. Ruth Trinidad Galván, UNM Associate Professor; and Pamelya Herndon, Southwest Women’s Law Center Executive Director, hosted by Cristina Baccin.

ZZK Records

Sat. 3/4, 3p: Interview with Buenos Aires based musician Dat Garcia, one of a new generation of women in the electro-folk music scene. She shares her story of survival from trauma that inspires her thriving compositions of her new album “Maleducada” with host Cristina Baccin.

Burque’s Flow With Mercedez Holtry

Feb 20, 2017
Photo: Adam Rubinstein / http://www.stoppeddown.studio

Mon.2/20, 7p: Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project, Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de Nuevo México. We´ll listen to the powerful story of Albuquerque poet, Mercedez Holtry who talks about rooting identity into her craft. Mercedez, is born and raised in Albuquerque and is part of the up and in coming

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Mon. 2/6, 7p: We´ll speak live with a panel of individuals -hosted by Cristina Baccin- about the uncertain future of Dreamers (Soñadores), young people currently holding DACA status (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), an immigration program created by former President Obama that provides temporary protection, work permits and, especially, deportation relief. 

Humanos De New Mexico: The Zamora Familia On Cultural Preservation And Traditional Practices

Jan 12, 2017
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Mon. 1/16, 7p:Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project, Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de New Mexico. We´ll listen to the Zamora family story which includes: Crystal, David and Paz, who share their different experiences of growing up in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Paz (father) talks about learning Danza Azteca from a trip in his youth to Mexico City and bringing it to Albuquerque:

Humanos De New Mexico: Social Activism And Art With Jade And Kilko

Jan 12, 2017
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Mon. 12/26 7p: Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project, Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de New Mexico.

"Genízaro Nation"

Jan 8, 2017
Credit: Lynn Velarde y Gonzales / Moisés Gonzales

Originally aired 1/9, 7p: Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Spanish, Dr. Enrique Lamadrid and Prof. Moisés Gonzáles, Community & Regional Planning at the University of New Mexico are shining light on a topic that challenges cultural identities in New Mexico through their forthcoming book “Genízaro Nation”.

Mon. 12/4, 7 pm: Dr. Patricia Rosas Lopátequi guides us through the poetic world of the great Latin American writer, Elena Garro (1916-1998, México) on Espejos de Aztlán, hosted by Cristina Baccin.

Stories Of Humanos De New Mexico: The Advocate Ralph And The Reflective Victoria

Nov 22, 2016
Picture: Humans of New Mexico Project

Mon. 11/28, 7p: Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project, Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de New Mexico. We´ll listen to the life stories of Ralph A. Vigil II and Victoria Maestas, who share their different experiences of living in New Mexico for many generations. Ralph, from the Pecos Valley in northern New Mexico, speaks to growing up and being connected to the land: 

Picture: Centro de Comunicación Social (Sección XXII, Oaxaca, México) / http://www.cencos22oaxaca.org

Mon. 11/7, 7p: Interview with Oaxacan leaders of the Coordinadora Nacional de los Trabajadores de  Educación (Sección XXII), Mayem Arellanes Cano and Fernando Soberanes Bojórquez about the struggles for public education, human rights and what are they fighting to protect in Oaxaca (México) hosted by Cristina Baccin. UNM Professor Lois Meyer joins us in the conversation.

Photo: Milken Family Foundation

Mon. 11/7, 7:30p: A Latina second-grade teacher from Santa Fe (New Mexico) Melissa Tapia-Kovac received $25,000 from the Milken Educator Awards.  From Amy Biehl Community School at Rancho Viejo, Ms. Kovac is one of the 35 recipients of this nationwide recognition for teaching.

www.humansofnewmexico.com

Mon. 9/24, 7p: Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project, Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de New Mexico. We´ll listen to the life stories of Juan Carlos Martínez and Suyent Rodríguez, who share their different experiences of immigration and life in the US as immigrants. Suyent, a Cuban born student, contrasts the two worlds she has been living: 

Mon. 10/31, 7p: On ESPEJOS DE AZTLÁN, an interview by Cristina Baccin with author and UNM Assistant Professor José Orduña about how immigrants’ everyday life is intertwined with the USA´s immigration and social policies and history. Yolanda, Martín, Octavio, José and his abuela are part of this interview which is based on Mr.

The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), is a national organization  founded in the 1960's to defend Latino legal and civil rights. MALDEF President, Thomas Saenz visited Espejos de Aztlán to speak with host Cristina Baccin about some priorities in the defense of Latino civil rights, especially regarding the right to vote.

Bullying In Schools

Aug 29, 2016
http://noticias.lainformacion.com

Mon. 8/29, 7p: How does bullying happen in schools? Who is at risk? How does it affect the Latino/Hispanic community? What are the resources that parents and children have in New Mexico to respond to bullying? What are the ways to prevent it?

http://www.lostiempos.com

Mon. 8/1, 7p: Oral history through "testimonio" is at the heart of the community collective project Humans of New Mexico/Humanos de New Mexico. With the goal of gathering the diversity of New Mexican cultural traditions, this project focuses on oral history -recorded and archived for future generations- prioritizing oral and language traditions.

"Washed Up"

Jul 10, 2016
Photography: Alejandro Duran (2011)

Mon. 7/10 7p: On Sian Ka´an, a glorious beach on the Yucatan peninsula (Mexico) close to the tourist destinations of Cancún, and Tulum, you can see the gorgeous tropical forest, mangroves and marshes.   Its shores home to precious sea life, and over 300 species of birds fly in its sky. In the Mayan language, SIAN KA´AN means ´Origins of the sky´. In this place, you can expect the mesmerizing sea and landscape but, also piles of garbage originating from all over the world.

Danielle Gilliam

Mon. 7/4, 7p: Listen to uplifting stories of Latinas who participated in the Innovation Academy for Women of the Americas launched at the University of New Mexico, hosted by Cristina Baccin.

UNM Latino Graduates Strive, Grow And Thrive

May 26, 2016
https://elcentro.unm.edu/

Mon. 5/30, 7p:  We  celebrate achievements of Latino Graduates who participated in the 24th Annual Raza Graduation Ceremony.   Claudia Avila-Mitchell (an Army Veteran) and Gema González share their  personal  stories, struggles and passion along with what it is like to be a  Latino student at the University of New Mexico.  Rosa Isela Cervantes, Director of El Centro de La Raza explains the role of El Centro as a  key place for Latino students to find refuge from the academic jungle.

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Mon. 4/18 7p: On Espejos de Aztlán, a conversation with recently retired City Councilor Rey Garduño. Elected in 2007, Garduño served two terms on the Council representing the UNM area, Nob Hill and the International District. During his eight years, Garduño became known as a champion for his District, and for people of color and of low-wealth. We’ll hear his perspectives on governance, power and race in Albuquerque.

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